Typically WordPress uses MySQL as the database back-end. The guys over at Project Nami found a way to easily utilize Azure SQL instead. This video will walk you through the deployment process. The wizard creates the Azure SQL database, installs the WordPress website, and configures the firewall security rules for you. Take a look and see how easy it is.
Azure Blog: Project Nami: WordPress for Azure SQL Database/SQL Server
[01:14] – What Project Nami is about
[11:43] – Deploying Project Nami
[18:41] – Migrating to Project Nami
[23:43] – Deeper into Project Nami
[29:50] – Updating Project Nami
[32:36] – Where is Project Nami in the wild
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Designing your application for business continuity requires you to answer the following questions:
Which business continuity feature is appropriate for protecting my application from outages?
What level of redundancy and replication topology do I use?
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July 14, 2013
July 14, 2013
SHUTDOWN Notification in Windows 8
I was recently surprised by how many seasoned IT Pros didn’t know that they had the ability to shut down a server or workstation from the command line using the SHUTDOWN command. Not only is it possible to shut down the local machine from the command line, but it is also possible to shutdown other machines on your domain as well. Continue reading
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