Don’t miss the latest session of the WIF Workshop recordings, which covers the use of Microsoft Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) in Windows Azure and provides practical advice on aspects of distributed development such as handling NLB sessions, certificate management, dealing with volatile application URI, handling tracing, metadata and generation considerations. The discussion covers both Web roles and WCF roles.
This is the final unit of the 10-part WIF Workshop recordings, which cover how to take advantage of technologies such as WIF to easily solve authentication, authorization and identity-driven personalization challenges. If you want to take the entire course, you should have experience developing in Visual Studio and the .NET framework. This session is also available, along with a related lab, as part of the “The Id Element” show, which also offers Identity and Access Management-related interviews, developer how to’s, news, aggregated resources and more.