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Durability of Unified Logging

A question we rarely get though we believe should be asked is how does your service ensure uptime? The first level of failover is data center failover.  If a data submission endpoint is unavailable it fails over to another submission endpoint in another region. What is unavailable when talking about a data submission endpoint?  Unified […]

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New Feature: API Message Access

Newly added to the Profile page is the ability to enable or disable API access to your messages.  When enabled a shared access URL is generated to be used with the Azure Blob Storage REST API.  The shared access URL allows listing files and reading of messages.  The URL can be used to access your […]

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Logging within Azure via Linkedin

Recently there was a discussion on Linkedin about logging within Azure.  The discussion brought up the use of Enterprise Library and I wanted to share the response I provided. Posted on Linked: The things you are talking about are many of the driving forces behind Unified Logging (http://www.unifiedlogging.com/) and let me explain why. Yes adding an email […]

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Resiliency with Azure Caching

Using Azure caching can be easy when everything works though there have been many times when everything has not worked.  This post is applicable to dedicated caching (previously known as caching preview) and shared caching.  So how do you build in resiliency to your caching? First, let’s assume data is being cached from a SQL […]

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Why Unified Logging and Microsoft Azure Platform?

Why unifiedlogging.com chose to build on windows azure. Working with the Windows Azure platform allows you to focus completely on delivering the best value possible to your customers. The Azure platform manages your technological infrastructure so you do not have to. Whether you are creating a new application or enhancing applications that already exist, the […]

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The Time is Now to Move Your Applications to The Cloud

The Microsoft Windows Azure Platform (Azure Cloud) is the future of business and there are a myriad of reasons why you should consider building applications on the Azure Cloud. Current users of the Cloud report how Cloud computing delivers incredibly helpful benefits in terms of: cutting costs increasing scalability streamlining operations making your applications far […]

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