Aim of “Getting started with SQL Azure” series is to offer you a set of brief articles that could act as a Launchpad for your to-be wonderful journey of exploring Microsoft’s cloud based database solution i.e. SQL Azure.
In part 9, I have discussed about developing SQL Azure applications with following subtopics:
– Partially Supported and not supported TSQL statements
– SQL Server features not supported by SQL Azure
– Tools that have support to connect to SQL Azure:
– How can clients or Applications connect to SQL Azure?
Part 1: We defined SQL Azure and discussed advantages of SQL Azure
Part 2: We created an Azure account and created our very first SQL Azure database
Part 3: We discussed about the provisioning and the billing model of SQL Azure
part4: We discussed the SQL Azure architecture
part 5: we discussed the SQL Azure security model
part 6: We discussed how to migrate databases to SQL Azure.
Part 7: We discussed how to improve performance and backup options in SQL Azure
Part 8: we discussed about Administrative tasks with SQL Azure.