Join David Isbitski for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving queue messages to Table Storage, part of Up and Running with Azure.
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We now have a working Cloud service with a web roll that's writing to a service…bus message queue, and a worker roll that's…reading from that same queue and processing messages.…For the last piece, what we need to do is…update the worker roll to actually save to Azure storage.…And we're going to use table storage.…So let's go back to the portal.…And we're going to hit New, and under Data Service, we're going to create…a new storage account. We'll click Quick Create.…We're going to call this University Storage.…
We're going to enable geo-replication, so remember, geo-replication, which is on…by default, will make sure that all of our data gets…written three times, and it also geo-replicated across data centers,…so the default fall back, which we saw before, was West.…For West US was East US. I'm going to leave that on.…And you can see univstorage…is all set here.…So let's go ahead and create storage account.…Everything is set up and online.…If I click on univstorage, you'll see our dashboard.…Geo replication is enabled.…
- What is cloud computing?
- What is Windows Azure?
- Creating a Windows Azure virtual machine
- Creating and deploying an Azure website
- Adding Worker and Web roles to your cloud service
- Creating a new SQL database
- Writing and reading from the Service Bus queue
- Saving queue messages to Table storage