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Securing Your SharePoint and Windows Azure Solutions : Configuring Shared Access Permissions for BLOB Storage - Using Claims-Based Authentication
CBA, as the name implies, is all about providing a claim so that you can get access to a specific resource. Think of your position in your company and the different levels of access to information that role grants you.
Securing Your SharePoint and Windows Azure Solutions : Configuring Shared Access Permissions for BLOB Storage - Using Certificate-Based Authentication
As a part of securing your applications within Windows Azure, you might want to use a trusted certificate. A trusted certificate (also called a Secure Sockets Layer Certificate or SSL) helps to encrypt sensitive data as it moves throughout your application.
Securing Your SharePoint and Windows Azure Solutions : Configuring Shared Access Permissions for BLOB Storage - Using the Service Bus and Access Control Service
Windows Azure AppFabric is a very powerful and important part of the Windows Azure platform. AppFabric is a set of middleware services and resources that help you run your applications in the cloud.
Securing Your SharePoint and Windows Azure Solutions : Create a Windows Forms Application to Display the Shared Access Permissions Signature
Although Windows Azure storage provides shared access permissions, the use of shared access permissions is less apparent with the other parts of the platform. The Windows Azure AppFabric platform, for example, employs a different type of security called the Access Control Service, which uses claims to authenticate users and applications.
Securing Your SharePoint and Windows Azure Solutions : Configuring BCS Security - Create an Application ID, Assess Permissions on the ECT
The second level of permissions is the ECT; you can assess permissions for a specific user against the external system for Edit, Execute, Selectable In Clients, and Set Permissions.
Deploying to Windows Azure : Changing live configuration, Upgrading the deployment, Running the deployment
We don't need to change the configuration in Visual Studio and redeploy our cloud package just to make configuration setting changes. We're provided with a nice text editor in the portal to make changes on the fly.
Deploying to Windows Azure : Preparation application for deployment, Ready for deployment
Because we've been using our configuration files for our connection strings in the cloud project, we need to make a few small changes. Let's change the connection strings in our configuration files in Visual Studio.
Setting up hosted service in Windows Azure
We already have set up our project under Windows Live ID in the Windows Azure Developer portal , but we don't have our hosted service yet. It will take only a few minutes to set it up and get it ready for our project.
Azure Monitoring and Diagnostics : Logging config data in our application, Transferring and persisting diagnostic data
As diagnostic data are logged, the data are buffered in memory. In order for us to retain the data for analysis, we need to make sure that the data persists in a proper storage container.
Azure Monitoring and Diagnostics : Azure Diagnostics­ under the hood, Enabling diagnostic logging
When we create an Azure application using one of the default templates, collection of Windows Azure, IIS, and Windows Diagnostic logs is enabled by default. We can see the setup in the template files.
Web Services and Azure : Our WCF web services
Our WCF web service is going to expose two functions to return data to the client and one routine to add a message to the queue when an order status is updated on the client.
Web Services and Azure : Creating a new WCF service web role
When creating a web service, we have a choice to add the web service to an existing web role, or create a new web role. This helps us deploy and maintain our website application separately from our web services.
Azure Blob Storage : Windows Azure Content Delivery Network, Blob Storage Data Model
The Blob Storage Data Model is a simple model consisting of four different components: a storage account, containers, blobs, and blocks or pages. A container is a way to organize blobs.
Azure Blob Storage : Blobs in the Azure ecosystem, Creating Blob Storage
Blob Storage can be used independent of other Azure services, and even if we've set up a Windows Azure or SQL Azure account, Blob Storage is not automatically created for us
The Nickel Tour of Azure : How are Azure costs calculated?
Microsoft Azure has two methods for calculating the monthly service charges consumption pricing or commitment (subscription) pricing. Because Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and AppFabric are three independent services, each is priced separately and with its own rates.
The Nickel Tour of Azure : Explaining Azure to the managers
Windows Azure is just what it sounds like it is the operating system part of the cloud, with a few other features. The most inflexible part of the Azure universe is the fact that Windows Azure is not designed to provide customized virtual machines; we are limited to a 64-bit version of Windows Server 2008.
Application Life Cycle Management
In Windows Azure, you can deploy an application to either a staging or a production area. A common scenario is to deploy first to the staging area and then, at the appropriate time, move the new version to the production area
Sharing Digital Photographs : Exploring Photo-Sharing Communities
Editing your photos with a web-based application is convenient; you can do your editing from any computer, no software installation necessary. Even more convenient is the ability to share your photos with others through the cloud, via web-based photo-sharing communities.
Sharing Digital Photographs : Exploring Online Photo-Editing Applications
Let’s start with those web-based applications you can use to edit your digital photos. After all, not every picture you take is perfect; sometimes a quick fix can turn a bad photo into an acceptable one.
Surfacing SQL Azure Data in Bing Maps by Using the Client Object Model
In this example, you’ll use the SharePoint client object model instead of the server object model. Whereas the server object model provides a way for you to interact with SharePoint on the server, you can use the SharePoint client object model to interact with SharePoint from a remote client such as a .NET Framework application, JavaScript, or in the case of this exercise, Silverlight.
Storing and Sharing Files and Other Online Content : Exploring Online Bookmarking Services
There’s one more type of web-based data sharing service that bears discussing. This type of service lets you share your notes and favorite websites with your friends and colleagues—or with yourself, if you’re on another computer.
Storing and Sharing Files and Other Online Content : Understanding Cloud Storage & Evaluating Online File-Storage and -Sharing Services
The first form of web-based data storage we’ll examine is called cloud storage. This is a form of networked data storage where data files are stored on multiple virtual servers.
Integrating the SharePoint Server Object Model and the Entity Data Model (part 2) - Create a Meeting Scheduler Visual Web Part
You’ll recognize some of the code in this example because you created similar code in the first exercise to query the ADO.NET EDM and insert records into SharePoint.
Integrating the SharePoint Server Object Model and the Entity Data Model (part 1) - Create a Console Application to Write Data to a SharePoint List
The SharePoint server object model is a server-only API through which you can interact with SharePoint in many different ways. This API is appropriate for applications that reside on the server.
Collaborating on Presentations : Evaluating Web-Based Presentation Applications (part 2)
A presentation sharing site makes sense if you don’t want to switch from PowerPoint to a web-based application but still need to share your final presentation with others in remote locations.
Collaborating on Presentations : Evaluating Web-Based Presentation Applications (part 1)
Unlike some other application categories, there is no clear-cut leader in the web-based presentation market. Some users like Google Presentations, some like Zoho Show, some have other favorites.
Securing the Connection to SQL Azure (part 3) - Surface SQL Azure Data in a Visual Web Part
You could equally use the SQL connection pattern to integrate SQL Azure with SharePoint in other ways. For example, you could create a Microsoft Silverlight application that displays data in similar ways. You can also use the SQLDataAdapter class to update and delete records from SQL Azure, whether you make the initial call from the Visual Web Part or from Silverlight.
Securing the Connection to SQL Azure (part 2) - Set Permissions for an External Content Type
When installed on your computer, the installation process creates a local SQL Compact instance of the external data. This enables the ECT to manage your permissions through to the external system (in this case, SQL Azure) and yet also manage the updates to that external system from the client.
Securing the Connection to SQL Azure (part 1) - Create an Application ID & Create an External Content Type
The application ID is important when trying to connect to SQL Azure because SQL Azure does not live within the same domain as your SharePoint server. Thus, you require a way to pass a separate set of credentials along to SQL Azure when connecting using BCS.
Consuming SQL Azure Data : Integrating SQL Azure with BCS by Using SharePoint Designer 2010
When integrating SQL Azure with BCS, you first need to create a new table in SQL Azure that you can expose in SharePoint by using the BCS. To do this, you’ll need to have your Windows Azure account up and running .
Collaborating on Databases : Exploring Web-Based Databases
In the desktop computing world, the leading database program today is Microsoft Access. In larger enterprises, you’re likely to encounter more sophisticated software from Microsoft, Oracle, and other companies.
Consuming SQL Azure Data : Introduction to Business Connectivity Services
One of the key requests from many companies is to surface data within Microsoft SharePoint. Because SharePoint is used by many different types of people in an organization, it is a great place to surface line-of-business (LOB) data, the data that drives the daily operations of a company.
Integrating Silverlight, Windows Azure DataMarket, and SharePoint
Silverlight is becoming an increasingly important web development technology, both because of the strength of its Rich Internet Application (RIA) design and development capabilities, and because of the tools that both designers (Microsoft Expression Blend) and developers (Visual Studio 2010) can use to build Silverlight applications.
Local Application for Updates : JupiterMotorsERP local application
With our web service and worker roles in place, it's time to develop the application our drivers will use in order to confirm that the customer has accepted his/her vehicle.
Collaborating on Spreadsheets : Exploring Web-Based Spreadsheets (part 3)
Unlike some of the previous applications, ThinkFree Calc is a full-featured spreadsheet program. You get lots of functions (300+), full formatting features, and a wide array of charts and graphs.
Collaborating on Spreadsheets : Exploring Web-Based Spreadsheets (part 2)
The spreadsheet itself isn’t much to write home about; there are no functions, charts, or advanced formatting options. The collaboration features, however, include notes, email communication, online chat, and sophisticated sharing capabilities.
Collaborating on Spreadsheets : Exploring Web-Based Spreadsheets (part 1) - Google Spreadsheets
Google Spreadsheets was Google’s first application in the cloud office suite first known as Google Docs & Spreadsheets and now just known as Google Docs.
Integrating DataMarket Data with a Visual Web Part : Create a WCF Service to Retrieve DATA.gov Crime Data (part 2)
Ensure that your application pool is set to the Microsoft .NET Framework 4; if it’s set to an earlier version of the .NET Framework, you may get an error when trying to test the service from within IIS.
Integrating DataMarket Data with a Visual Web Part : Create a WCF Service to Retrieve DATA.gov Crime Data (part 1)
In this section, you’ll create a WCF service that will retrieve the DATA.gov crime data from the Windows Azure DataMarket data programmatically.
Integrating DataMarket Data with Excel and SharePoint - Consume Windows Azure Data in Excel 2010
After you integrate some crime data into Excel, you will create a PivotChart and PivotTable, and then publish the Excel document to SharePoint.
Using Cloud Services : Collaborating on Word Processing (part 2)
Microsoft Word is a software program that is installed on your computer’s hard disk. Web-based word processors, in contrast, are hosted in the cloud, not on your hard drive—as are the documents you create with these applications.
Using Cloud Services : Collaborating on Word Processing (part 1)
Microsoft Word is a software program that is installed on your computer’s hard disk. Web-based word processors, in contrast, are hosted in the cloud, not on your hard drive—as are the documents you create with these applications.
Using Cloud Services : Collaborating on Project Management
Traditional project management software helps project managers and team members organize and track all the various tasks in a project. To do this, the software typically includes scheduling, budget management, and resource-allocation components.
Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket (part 2)
To explore a specific data set, click the data feed and then click Explore This Data Set. This provides you with a way to interact with the DataMarket data via your web browser.
Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket (part 1) - WCF Data Services and Publicly Consumable Data Feeds
Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket, is a service Microsoft offers through Windows Azure that facilitates the publishing and hosting of data by using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Data Services, so organizations and individuals can consume that data via a subscription model
Accessing the Surveys Application : Content Delivery Network
The Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) allows you to have binary large object (BLOB) content cached at strategic locations around the world in order to make that content available with the maximum possible bandwidth to users and minimize any latency
Accessing the Surveys Application : Authentication and Authorization
All customers of the Surveys application will require authentication and authorization services, but they will want to implement these services differently.
Working with Data in the Surveys Application : Using SQL Azure
During the on-boarding process, the application will provision a new SQL Azure instance for those subscribers who have access to this feature. The provisioning process will create the necessary tables in the database
Using Cloud Services : Collaborating on Contact Management - Exploring Contact Management and CRM Applications
CRM software not only stores customer contact information, it also stores and analyzes all data relating to a particular customer, and then uses that data to help you determine how best to relate with that customer
Using Cloud Services : Collaborating on Event Management - Exploring Event Management Applications
Most event management applications include robust task planning modules, similar to what you’d find in higher-end task management applications or lower-end project management apps.
 
 
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