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Building a Community Project on ASP.NET V5 and deploying to Microsoft Azure

Being a Turkish-American, I had always been interested in helping the people of one of my wonderful countries. Republic of Turkey had two elections during the recent months (June and November 2015). If anyone asks the reason for two elections in such a short time period, I’d say it is the beyond of the scope […]

Mixing Azure Resource Management and Service Management Modes in a PowerShell Script

Suppose you need to come up with a script that does work both on Azure Service Management (ASM) and Azure Resource Management (ARM) stacks, however, in Azure PowerShell module, they seem to be exclusive, all of the tutorials say you need to issue View the code on Gist. to switch, and there are name clashes […]

Azure ARM Templates Tips and Tricks 5: Custom Script Extension workaround, I cannot add another extension to a VM to run a script on the last node of the cluster

One of the advertised features of Custom Script Extension is to be able to add multiple of those to a VM when needed. Such a need popped up when we were developing some templates like Couchbase. With Couchbase, after installing the package to all of the nodes, the configuration of cluster needs to start on […]

Building Azure Resource Manager Templates – Couchbase special

It is amazing how technology can get old, and there is always a new shiny and wonderful thing that comes up in a short period of time. Here is yet another example, Microsoft Azure’s Resource Manager (ARM) Templates; Full Scale 180 had the opportunity to work on this exciting new way of deploying resources to […]

Metering a SaaS Multi-tenant Solution on Azure–BLOB SIZES

In the Cloud Ninja sample, we tried tackling one of the often asked questions when running a multi-tenant application in the SaaS model for keeping track of the resource usage. This is a longer explanation of why we just used Length property on the blob itself to approximate the usage. Following is the snippet showing […]