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Kunal Chandratre is a Microsoft Azure MVP. He is working as Azure SME in leading software company in (Pune) India. He also works as a Freelancer with various organizations for Azure support and provides quick start trainings on Azure to corporates and individuals on weekends. He regularly blogs about his Azure experience and is a very active member in various Microsoft Communities and also participates as a ‘Speaker’ in many events. You can follow him on Twitter at: @kunalchandratre or subscribe to his blog

Kunal Chandratre has written 10 articles, which have been read 163808 times.
Abstract: A skinny to-the-point overview of the Microsoft Azure Platform and its AWS equivalent
Abstract: The Microsoft Azure Platform is huge. This article provide some quick access information and important links about all the services that are offered on Azure.
Abstract: Learn Azure Active Directory basics including AD structure. Also learn how to secure an ASP.NET MVC app via OWIN and WIF.
Abstract: Explore how Microsoft Azure Remote Apps features can run desktop application. We will also see the benefits associated with running desktop apps in the Cloud.
Abstract: Integrate an ASP.NET MVC application with multiple Azure hosted ADFS using 3rd Party Identity Server application like Auth0
Abstract: Host an ASP.NET MVC application integrated with multiple ADFS using Owin Katana in either Azure WebApps or Azure Cloud Service
Abstract: Implement multiple ADFS integration in ASP.NET MVC using OWIN Katana
Abstract: Use Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) configured in Azure VM for Single Sign-on implementation in an ASP.NET MVC application.
Abstract: Configure Active Directory Federation Services in Azure Virtual Machine (VM) with detailed walkthrough for Azure Virtual Network (VNET) configuration, Azure Virtual Machine (VM) provisioning and Active Directory configuration on Azure VM
Abstract: Azure Blob Storage Snapshots are the best option to provide read only access, avoid accidental writes and restore blobs to their previous state. This article explores how to use Snapshots using Client Library and REST APIs