Windows Azure Community News Roundup #78

Welcome to the newest edition of our weekly roundup of the latest community-driven news, content and conversations about cloud computing and Windows Azure. Here are the highlights for this week.

Blog Posts:

Blog: Windows Azure BizTalk Services: How to Get Started and When to Use It  by Richard Seroter (published 12/11)

Blog: Windows Azure Storage and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) – Lets Have Some Fun by Gaurav Mantri (published 12/1)

Blog: Remote Debug Windows Azure Cloud Service by Shaun Xu (published 11/2)

Blog: Materials from That Conference Azure Websites talk by Matt Milner (published 12/3)

Blog: Visual Studio Online with Azure Websites by Marcel Meijer (published 12/2)

Blog: Windows Azure Costs by Marcel Meijer (12/3)

Blog: New Changes to Windows Azure Storage – A Perfect Thanksgiving Gift by Gaurav Mantri (published 11/28)

Blog: Azure Management Studio and Blob Container ACLs by Michael Collier (published 11/27)

Blog: Talk from Visual Studio Live! Orlando: Windows Azure Media Services  by Sasha Goldshtein (published 11/20)

Blog: Releasing NServiceBus.Azure 5.0.0 by Yves Goeleven (published 11/26)

Answers:

How to stop an entire cloud service using azure management API – 1 answer, 4 votes

How to setup a fixed port for a local debug environment in Azure Emulator – 1 answer, 2 votes

Azure Mobile Services and Blob – 1 answer, 2 votes

Is it possible to choose an Azure Service Configuration during local host development? Eg. Cloud – 1 answer, 4 votes

Decks:

Windows Azure IaaS tips and tricks

Windows Azure websites

Using Windows Azure with your on-premise infrastructure

Dependable Cloud Architecture

Windows Azure

Building real World Cloud APPS with Windows Azure

Connecting to Data from Windows Phone 8

Send us articles that you’d like us to highlight, or content of your own that you’d like to share. Also, let us know about any local events, groups or activities that you think we should tell the rest of the Windows Azure community about. You can use the comments section below, or talk to us on Twitter @WindowsAzure.

Have a great weekend!

Mark Brown