• .NET

    Azure videos now on Telerik TV

    If you followed my posts last week, you learned that the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX are “cloud ready.” You can take the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX that you know and love today and confidently use them in Cloud Service applications that target the Microsoft Azure cloud environment. In case you missed those posts, you can catch-up now:   RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX on Azure Deploying RadControls to Azure   I’m happy to relay that the videos that are related to these blog posts are now both available on Telerik TV for your immediate viewing pleasure. Each video illustrates the concepts defined in the blog posts,...
  • .NET

    Deploying RadControls to Azure

    In the first part of this short series covering the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX in the cloud, I showed you how you could quickly (and easily) start a new Azure Cloud Service project, add the RadControls, and then debug the project locally. The next step, of course, is taking that locally built and debugged project and deploying it to the “real” cloud fabric, hosted by Microsoft in their data center (not yet data centers…). That is where the rubber meets the proverbial road and we find out if the Telerik RadControls are really “cloud ready.” HOW DO YOU DEPLOY TO AZURE? Assuming you’ve built a...
    April 17, 2009
  • .NET

    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX on Azure (Part 1)

    Those of you paying attention to “conference news” are probably aware of Microsoft’s entrance in to the cloud computing space via their platform code-named “Windows Azure.”  This version of “Windows in the cloud” essentially makes it possible to easily build and deploy .NET web applications to Microsoft’s hosted cloud infrastructure. The benefits of deploying your application to the cloud are (potentially) many, but I am going to assume you are already aware of the key “selling points” (such as scalability, scalability, and…oh yeah, scalability). TELERIK IS CLOUD READY I’m pleased to report that Telerik is “Cloud Ready.” This is a bit of...
    April 13, 2009