- Windows Azure CDN locations : 24 locations for February 2012 – also see list of Windows Azure CDN node locations
- Windows Azure CDN Helpers : simple library of MVC helper methods that will allow you to quickly integrate the Windows Azure CDN into your web application to speed up your site
- Using the Windows Azure CDN for Your Web Application
- Working with the ASP.NET OutputCache module for CDN Friendly HTTP Headers, vary:* Headers, compressed content with the CDN, use of IIS Virtual Application, provide your own OutputCache module implementation – Hosted Service as a Windows Azure CDN Origin Tips . Great post by Shawn Cicoria.
- Serving GZip compressed Content from the Azure CDN
- Windows Azure Content Delivery Network – Hands-On Lab
Posts tagged ‘gzip’
Actually newbies in Solaris ( and experienced users in Linux :-)) have troubles with some every-day routines which works in Solaris in a different way than in most Linux like Ubuntu. Below I try to list most ”popular” problems and questins about differences in Solaris and Linux and try to figure them out.
- grep doesn’t have -r switch, so there’s no recursive looking throught directories, here’s alternatives for recursive grep on Solaris :
grep 'somestring' `find . -name '*'`
find . | xargs grep 'somestring'
- tar doesn’t support -z option, so tar xfz my_archive.tar.gz will fail with error “tar: z: unknown function modifier“. To unpack tar.gz archive on Solaris you may use this one :
gzip -dc my_archive.tar.gz | tar xvpf -
- how to set environment variables in Solaris ( i set them in \~/.bashrc, but it doesn’t works ) : to make Solaris read and apply to user environment barsh_rc file try to create file ~/.bash_profile in your home, and put in it lines listed below :
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
To be continued…
Usefull links : Solaris Infrequently Asked and Obscure Questions