Monthly Archives: December 2010

How to establishing virtual network connection between cloud and on-premise with Windows Azure Connect (Part 4–Deploying Application To The Cloud and Configuring Windows Azure Connect)

This is the fourth post of how-to Windows Azure Connect series. Be sure to check out the other posts if you have not done so. Deploying My Application On Windows Azure Go back to Visual Studio, on the Windows Azure … Continue reading

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How to establishing virtual network connection between cloud and on-premise with Windows Azure Connect (Part 3– Activating and Enabling Windows Azure Connect)

This is the third post of Windows Azure Connect blog post series, please check out the first post on how to set up on-premise server and the second post for preparing the application. Now let’s move to the main part … Continue reading

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How to establishing virtual network connection between cloud and on-premise with Windows Azure Connect (Part 2–Preparing the application)

This is the second post of “how-to” establishing virtual network connection between cloud and on-premise with Windows Azure. Please check out the first post of preparing on-premise server and firewall, in my case SQL Server. In this post, we’ll prepare … Continue reading

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How to establishing virtual network connection between cloud and on-premise with Windows Azure Connect (Part 1– Preparing on-premise server and Configuring Firewall)

This is the “how-to” post on establishing virtual network connection between cloud instances and on-premise server with Windows Azure Connect. Please check out my last post about how the idea and concept beyond Windows Azure Connect works. What we are … Continue reading

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Announcing Windows Azure User Group Singapore

I am pleased to announce the new usergroup AzureUG.SG aka Windows Azure User Group Singapore as the following flyer below.

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Establishing Virtual Network Connection Between Cloud Instances with On-premise Machine with Windows Azure Connect

I was super excited to hear the announcement by Microsoft at PDC2010 regarding the Windows Azure Connect. With Windows Azure Connect, we would be able to connect cloud instances (VMs on the cloud) with on-premise machine through logical virtual network. … Continue reading

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Checking Windows Azure Service Health Status

As we know that, Windows Azure is actually massive data centers that maintained by Microsoft. At the time this article is written, Windows Azure Platform data center are distributed in 6 sub-region over the world, namely: South Central US North … Continue reading

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