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Category: Microsoft Azure

How to get FTP Credentials for Microsoft Azure Websites

Originally Posted at MSDN Blogs: Microsoft Gulf Technical Community ———————————————————————————————– Some of you, who have been using Azure or planning to use it at some point, might come across this small predicament. So you create a Azure Website and then you might want to connect to that Website via FTP. You go to the Azure Portal -> Websites, you look for the FTP credentials but all you can see is the following: Site URL:      …

Azure from Visionary to Leader in 1 Year

Microsoft Azure IaaS from a visionary to a leader in less than a year on Gartner.   Microsoft has announced the general availability of Azure Infrastructure Services a little over a year ago. And from that time, features and enhancements have been pouring over that cloud offering and at a very quick rate. Addressing customer and partner feedback with features that Azure users have been asking for.  Back then, specifically in August 2013,  Microsoft was named a visionary in…

Windows Azure Backup is now generally available

Great news today Windows Azure Backup is now generally available! Windows Azure Backup helps you protect important server data off-site with automated backup and restoration. You can manage backups using familiar backup tools in the Windows Server operating system or the Data Protection Manager component of Microsoft System Center. Backups are encrypted and stored off-site in Windows Azure, reducing the need to secure and protect on-site backup media. Authorized users can easily recover backups to…

Windows 8.1 Windows Phone and Windows Azure Weekly Online Sessions

The great team of Technical Evangelists in the Middle East & Africa DPE are bringing to you and me, and basically everyone interested, a series of 10 online weekly sessions dedicated to Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8 and Windows Azure. And they all start this week! I would like to invite you to attend these very interesting sessions Here is summary of the these events: Windows 8.1 In these session you’ll create an application from…

Components of Windows Azure

Today I came across an illustrations in the documentation of the introduction to Windows Azure via this link: http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/net/fundamentals/intro-to-windows-azure/. This illustrations sums up the “Components of Windows Azure” and basically groups the services that Windows Azure offers into distinct categories which allows you to better understand what Windows Azure has to offer for you and your company. Moreover, it allows you to better focus on the things that you need to learn that align with your…

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