Category Archives: Microsoft Azure

How to REALLY delete an Azure Active Directory B2C tenant

You probably landed here after feeling a little of the pain inherent in attempting to delete an Azure Active Directory B2C tenant. I have read several FAQ’s, How To’s, posts, and forum pleadings on the topic and I’ve yet to … Continue reading

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Using Azure Active Directory to Add World-Class Security in Under an Hour

Thanks to all that made it out to the Azure in the ATL meetup last night and thanks to Microsoft and Agile Thought for sponsoring the event and to John Garland for leading the group.  Here are the slides from … Continue reading

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Azure Bits #4 – Adding the Azure Web Job

This post’s main objective was originally about completing the initial skeleton of uploading an image from a web page and generating a thumbnail from an Azure Web Job using Azure Blob Storage and Azure Queues, but it turned into a … Continue reading

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Azure Bits #3 – Adding a Message to an Azure Queue

In Azure Bits #2 – Saving the Image to Azure Blob Storage, we were able to save our image to Azure Blob Storage and verify that this all went according to plan after re-publishing our site to Azure. In this … Continue reading

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Azure Bits #2 – Saving the Image to Azure Blob Storage

Creating the Azure Storage Account In Azure Bits #1 – Up and Running, we got a skeleton in place for our web application that will allow the user to upload an image and we published our Azure Image Manipulator Web … Continue reading

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Azure Bits #1 – Up and Running

As Steve Porter mentioned in his blog post, How Wintellect Uses Microsoft Azure, we are making pretty heavy use of many offerings in the Azure toolset for our internal and client-facing web properties here at Wintellect and have been doing … Continue reading

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