These days I’ve been researching some mechanism to find out when a new instance has been associated to the load balancer in Azure Web Apps, ready to serve your content. I’ve used Application Initialization Module, a module of Internet Information Services that allows you to launch a series of requests, in order to warm-up your web site and get a faster response, […]

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This Easter have been playing with searches on Twitter and I could see the vast amount of information that can be able to filter like a hacker. Some time ago I told you how you can search tweets from Google, but the fact is that the API that exposes the social network itself has much more […]

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If you’ve been following the EclipseCon these days you‘ve read a new web IDE called Eclipse Che has been launched. As it could not be otherwise, I‘ve been playing with it, seeing how it would be possible to host it on Microsoft Azure. In this post I tell you how to do it. For now the new IDE does not […]

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In every work we have those batch processes that require longer than other business tasks: billing, rendering of images, reporting (payroll, calculations, forms) and a long etcetera. They are that kind of tasks at night, carrying time to process or who need a high–performance computing. For this type of scenario is Azure Batch, which allows you to programmatically define a […]

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 There are occasions in which you are a co-administrator of an Azure account for a specific task. The truth is that, after a while, you can finish with different associated subscriptions, which can pose one inconvenience more than anything else. As it has already been a recurring question, and apparently not very clear how to do […]

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