The ODI (Open Data Installer) project’s goal to to create an easy installer for all non-technical people to be able to install Open Data applications on Windows Azure. It is also intended to facilitate the automatic configuration of their components so at the end of the...Read More
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In this part we will explain how to define OGDI catalogues necessary for the connections between the data storage and the data service. The configuration of the end points uses the ConfigTool project from the OGDI DataLab solution. It’s use is quite simple and common sense can guide you as well. But, if you want to see how we did it, just follow along.Read More
In this part, we will show you how to upload the DataBrowser.Cloud project, which includes the web role and the worker role, to the Windows Azure instance you have created in part 1. These roles will become your webpages where users will have the access to the data in your catalogue.Read More
In this third part of the walkthrough, we will configure the web role and the worker role projects so you can publish them on your Windows Azure Cloud service. This configuration is necessary to connect the catalogue data with the metadata of the endpoint. They will be the ones that provide the data to any client that visits your site.Read More