Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Windows Azure Application Scenario’s

J.D. Meier did a post about some common application patterns for Windows Azure. Although I would not describe them as patterns myself (therefore they are too high level to really use them as a design starting point), they can be useful in presentations and high level discussions about the topic.

The covered scenario’s(patterns) are:

  • Pattern #1 - ASP.NET Forms Auth to Azure Tables
  • Pattern #2 - ASP.NET Forms Auth to SQL Azure
  • Pattern #3 - ASP.NET to AD with Claims
  • Pattern #4 - ASP.NET to AD with Claims (Federation)
  • Pattern #5 - ASP.NET to WCF on Azure
  • Pattern #6 - ASP.NET On-Site to WCF on Azure
  • Pattern #7 - ASP.NET On-Site to WCF on Azure with Claims
  • Pattern #8 - REST with AppFabric Access Control
  • Pattern #9 - ASP.NET to Azure Storage
  • Pattern #10 - ASP.NET to SQL Azure
  • Pattern #11 - ASP.NET On-Site to SQL Azure Through WCF
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