Creating X.509 certificate from Windows Azure BLOB

Sometime you may have to create X.509 certificate on the fly. Imagine you are writing a WCF Service to be hosted in App Fabric or creating a WCF Service Web Role to be hosted in Microsoft Data center. In these scenarios you don’t have access to local file system and in the service you are … Continue reading Creating X.509 certificate from Windows Azure BLOB

Uploading management certificate in Windows Azure subscription

To work with Service Management API client has to authenticate itself to the Azure portal. You need to upload X.509 certificate to the portal. There are many ways and several tools available to crate X.509 certificates. Easiest way I find is using IIS. Read here to create certificate for Azure subscription Before you go ahead … Continue reading Uploading management certificate in Windows Azure subscription