Developing Web Applications with Windows Azure
This section contains articles that provide guidance about developing Web applications with Windows Azure. Windows Azure provides an automated, enterprise-grade environment for hosting your website so you can focus on your business, and not on the infrastructure.
In This Section
- Provisioning Windows Azure for Web Applications
- Provides guidance on migrating existing web applications to the Windows Azure platform.
- Windows Azure Web Applications and Serialization
- Demonstrates Windows Azure Web applications and serialization.
- Creating Applications that Use Service Bus Queues
- Explains the usefulness of queues and show how to write a simple queue-based application using the Service Bus.
- Creating Applications that Use Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions
- Explains the usefulness of topics and subscriptions and builds on the previous queue-based application using the Service Bus.
- Best Practices for Handling Large Messages with Windows Azure Queues
- Provides a developer-oriented guidance on the implementation of a generics-aware storage abstraction layer for the Windows Azure Queue Service.
- Best Practices for Maximizing Scalability and Cost Effectiveness of Queue-Based Messaging Solutions on Windows Azure
- Provides prescriptive guidance and best practices for building scalable, highly efficient and cost effective queue-based messaging solutions on the Windows Azure platform.
- How to Configure a Web Role to Expose an Internal TCP Endpoint
- Describes the steps necessary to allow a web role to expose a TCP internal endpoint to the role instances running in the same hosted service.
- Hosting WCF Services with Service Bus Endpoints on IIS
- Describes how to host Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services with Windows Azure Service Bus endpoints on Internet Information Services (IIS) version 7.5.