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Michael’s talk will help you make sense about how RavenDB is all put together: RavenDB - A guided tour into ravenDB from Øredev Conference on Vimeo.

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Software Introducing Squirrel for Windows – Paul Betts announces the public beta release of Squirrel for Windows, a ‘simplest thing that actually works’ installer for Windows based applications created in any language. Information Confusing errors for a confusing feature, part two – Eric Lippert shares the second part of his latest poser, looking at the […]

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This article explains Cursors with their types with some examples that will help beginners.

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Azure is increasingly becoming the scalable CMS platform with support for a host of popular CMS providers.

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The recording on my talk in the RavenDB Day two weeks ago is now available. You can watch it here: RavenDB - Unraveling RavenDB 3.0 from Øredev Conference on Vimeo.

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Software ODataLib 6.8.0 Release – layla liu announces the release of the ODataLib 6.8.0 which adds support for Metadata Annotations, support for TimeOfDay and Date, entities as parameters, and more, along with 2 bugfixes. LONG LIVE The Ajax Control Toolkit – Open Source and now maintained by DevExpress – Mehul Harry shares the news of […]

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I’m excited to get to tell you that RavenDB is a  featured vendor in DZone’s 2014 Guide to Big Data. The guide includes expert opinions and tips, industry knowledge, and data platform and database comparisons. And it would give you a good background information about the different NoSQL solutions that are currently available. Readers can download a free copy of the guide here.

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Links only edition today as my time is limited this morning. Information Confusing errors for a confusing feature, part one – Eric Lippert Chess TDD 16: Finishing Bishop Blocking – Erik Dietrich Beyond Simple Asserts with ApprovalTests – Jason Roberts Testing with fakes or stubs? That is the question! – Cellfish Quick Guide to setup […]

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During the RavenDB Days conference, I got a lot of questions from customers. Here is one of them. There is a migration process that deals with event sourcing system. So we have 10,000,000 commits with 5 – 50 events per commit. Each event result in a property update to an entity. That gives us roughly 300,000,000 events to process. The trivial way to solve this would be: foreach(var commit in YieldAllCommits()){ using(var session = docStore.OpenSession()) { foreach(var evnt in...

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Software .NET Micro Framework now supports Visual Studio 2013 – The .NET Micro Framework team announce a new beta release of the SDK which adds in support for Visual Studio 2013 JetBrains Makes its Products Free for Students – JetBrains makes a pricing adjustment which brings in free personal licenses for students and teachers for […]

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This is a big release, it is a big deal for us. It took me 18(!) blog posts to discuss just the items that we wanted highlighted, out of over twelve hundred resolved issues and tens of thousands of commits by a pretty large team. Even at a rate of two posts a day, this still took two weeks to go through. We are also working on the new book, multiple events coming up as well as laying down the plans for RavenDB vNext. All of this is very exciting, but for now, I want to ask your opinion....

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Software Announcing the 1.0.0-rc1 of Microsoft Azure WebJobs SDK – Pranav Rastogi announces the release candidate release of the Azure Web Jobs SDK available as a pre-release package from Nuget New D-Series of Azure VMs with 60% Faster CPUs, More Memory and Local SSD Disks – Scott Guthrie announces the new series of Azure Virtual […]

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One of the important roles operations has is going to an existing server and checking if everything is fine. This is routine maintenance stuff. It can be things like checking if we have enough disk space for our expected growth, or if we don’t have too many indexes. Here is some data from this blog’s production system: Note that we have the squeeze button, for when you need to squeeze every bit of perf out of the system. Let us see what happens when I click it (I used a different production...

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Today marks another century in the Morning Brew Software Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 CTP 2 (And More) Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the second Community Technology Preview of Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 CTP 2 (And More) Available – John Montgomery announces the release of the […]

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Today I’m excited to announce that we just released a new set of VM sizes for Microsoft Azure. These VM sizes are now available to be used immediately by every Azure customer. The new D-Series of VMs can be used with both Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services.  In addition to offering faster vCPUs (approximately 60% faster than our A series) and more memory (up to 112 GB), the new VM sizes also all have a local SSD disk (up to 800 GB) to enable much faster IO reads and writes. The...

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After looking at all the pretty pictures, let us take a look at what we have available for us for behind the cover for ops. The first such change is abandoning performance counters. In 2.5, we reported a lot of our state through performance counters. However, while they are a standard tool and easy to work with using admin tools, they were also unworkable. We have had multiple times where RavenDB would hang because performance counters were corrupted, they require specific permissions and in...

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One of the most challenging things to do in production is to know what is going on? In order to facilitate that, we have dedicate some time to exposing the internal guts of RavenDB to the outside world (assuming that the outside world has the appropriate permissions). One way to look at that is to subscribe to the log stream from RavenDB, you can do it like this: This gives you the following: Note that this requires no configuration changes, or restarting the server or database. As long as...

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Software Get dotMemory 4.1 Beta – The JetBrains team announce the beta release of version 4.1 of their dotMemory Profiler Information Starting Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Development 101 Series: Lesson 1 of n – Web Jobs – & Starting Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Development 101 Series: Lesson 2 of n – […]

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This has been the most important change in RavenDB 3.0, in my opinion. Not because of complexity and scope, pretty much everything here is much simpler than other features than we have done. But this is important because it makes RavenDB much easier to operate. Since the get go, we have tried to make sure that RavenDB would be a low friction system. We usually focused on the developer experience, and that showed when we had to deal with operational issues. Things were more complex than they...

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SQL Replication has been a part of RavenDB for quite some time,showing up for the first time in the 1.0 build as the Index Replication Bundle. This turned out to be a very useful feature, and in 3.0 we had a dedicated developer for this for several weeks, banging it into new and interesting shapes. We started out with a proper design for how you want to use it. And I’m just going to take you through the process for a bit, then talk about the backend changes. We start by defining a named...

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Software EF6.1.2 Beta 1 Available – Rowan Miller announces the release of the beat of Entity Framework 6.1.2, a patch release addressing bugs and adding in a couple of community sourced features. Information Features Of ES6 Part 7: Template Literals – K. Scott Allen continues his series looking at the EcmaScript 6 Standard, taking a […]

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Software WinJS 3.0 is Here: Cross-browser| Cross-platform – Dr. Doris Chen highlights the first open source release of WinJS Windows now offers Developer lifetime developer accounts and benefits – Lee Stott highlights a change in the charging model for Windows Dev Center accounts, now featuring a one off fee and no renewal fees, along with […]

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Software New Microsoft Message Analyzer Released – Eric Lawrence highlights the release of a new version of the Microsoft Message Analyzer for capturing network traffic at a low (packet) level. Umbraco 7.1.5 released – The Umbraco team announce the release of Umbraco 7.1.5, a new bugifx release which also includes new recycle bin functionality. Expanding […]

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This week we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. This week’s updates include: SQL Databases: General Availability of Azure SQL Database Service Tiers API Management: General Availability of our API Management Service Media Services: Live Streaming, Content Protection, Faster and Cost Effective Encoding, and Media Indexer Web Sites: Virtual Network integration, new scalable CMS with WordPress and updates to Web Site Backup in the Preview Portal Role-based Access Control:...

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Categories: azure, community news, .net, visual studio, sql server


Today we released a major set of updates to Microsoft Azure. Today’s updates include: DocumentDB: Preview of a New NoSQL Document Service for Azure Search: Preview of a New Search-as-a-Service offering for Azure Virtual Machines: Portal support for SQL Server AlwaysOn + community-driven VMs Web Sites: Support for Web Jobs and Web Site processes in the Preview Portal Azure Insights: General Availability of Microsoft Azure Monitoring Services Management Library API Management: Support for...

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This past month we’ve released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  These include: Virtual Machines: Preview Portal Support as well as SharePoint Farm Creation Machine Learning: Public preview of the new Azure Machine Learning service Event Hub: Public preview of new Azure Event Ingestion Service Mobile Services: General Availability of .NET support, SignalR support Notification Hubs: Price Reductions and New Features SQL Database: New Geo-Restore, Geo-Replication and...

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Last week MS Press published a free ebook based on the Building Real-World Apps using Azure talks I gave at the NDC and TechEd conferences.  The talks + book walks through a patterns-based approach to building real world cloud solutions, and help make it easier to understand how to be successful with cloud development. Videos of the Talks You can watch a video recording of the talks I gave here:  Part 1: Building Real World Cloud Apps with Azure  Part 2: Building Real World Cloud Apps with...

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In line with the Cloud First strategy, the Microsoft Azure team is aggressively working towards creating a Connected Systems and Devices platform using the Azure Service Bus, called the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service.

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This morning we released a massive amount of enhancements to Microsoft Azure.  Today’s new capabilities and announcements include: Virtual Machines: Integrated Security Extensions including Built-in Anti-Virus Support and Support for Capturing VM images in the portal Networking: ExpressRoute General Availability, Multiple Site-to-Site VPNs, VNET-to-VNET Secure Connectivity, Reserved IPs, Internal Load Balancing Storage: General Availability of Import/Export service and preview of new SMB file...

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Categories: .net, azure, community news


Earlier this month at the Build conference, we announced a number of great new improvements coming to SQL Databases on Azure including: an improved 99.95% SLA, support for databases up to 500GB in size, self-service restore capability, and new Active Geo Replication support.  This 3 minute video shows a segment of my keynote where I walked through the new capabilities: Last week we made these new capabilities available in preview form, and also introduced new SQL Database service tiers that...

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Categories: azure, community news, sql server

It has been a really busy last 10 days for the Azure team. This blog post quickly recaps a few of the significant enhancements we’ve made.  These include: Web Sites: SSL included, Traffic Manager, Java Support, Basic Tier Virtual Machines: Support for Chef and Puppet extensions, Basic Pricing tier for Compute Instances Virtual Network: General Availability of DynamicRouting VPN Gateways and Point-to-Site VPN Mobile Services: Preview of Visual Studio support for .NET, Azure Active Directory...

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