Introduction This article explains how to achieve a right service placement strategy and Service Fabric (SF) cluster capacity planning. I have written this post as a continuation of this previous article. Continuing the previous article allows me to extend the same contextual problem and find solutions. According to the previous article, we should place WFE … Continue reading Service Fabric placement constraints and cluster planning : Virtual Clusters
Azure Cosmos Db has an impressive feature called 'Change feed'. It enables capturing the changes in the data (inserts and updates) and provides an unified API to access those captured change events. The change event data feed can be used as an event source in the applications. You can read about the overview of this feature … Continue reading Deep dive into Azure Cosmos Db Change Feed
I came across the term 'Overambitious API Gateways' from Thought Works tech radar. The point is, whether is it good or bad to have business logic in the API Gateways? Since the term Gateway is not a functional requirement and serves the purpose of a reverse proxy; it is quite obvious that including business logic … Continue reading Thick API Gateways
This is observed in Visual Studio Cloud Service Template (Environment VS 2015 Enterprise Update 3 and Azure SDK 2.9.6 with .NET 4.6). This could be observed in most of the other versions – probably in Azure SDK version 2.4 and above, but I stated my working environment as soon or later this issue will be … Continue reading WADLogsTable missing in Cloud Service project
Being part of a software services company, customers often ask the question how to restrict access to Azure resources. It is understandable that any organization wouldn’t prefer to give all the rights of the organizational Azure subscription to a person. In the classic Azure model the only way to give access to Azure portal is, … Continue reading Controlling access to your Azure resources using RBAC
Are you handing more than one SQL database in Azure for your application ? Most of the times the answer would be YES. In dedicated database multi-tenant systems at least you have your customer information in the master database and dedicated application database for each customers. Some CRUD operations need to touch both the master … Continue reading Distributed Transactions in Azure SQL Databases–Azure App Service and EF
This post summarizes and lists down the information you need to solve the specific error which occurs when you try to delete a AAD. There are plenty of articles for this and I recommend to read the link below which explains very frequent error messages of AAD and the fixes. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2967860 Also read this blog … Continue reading Directory contains one or more applications that were added by a user or administrator.
Couple of weeks back I posted an article on how to design an online forum application on top of Azure Table Storage. This post is about how to design the same application using Azure Document DB. Same as the previous article, I want to stress the point that the way we design an application and … Continue reading Design an online forum on Azure Document DB