Support RavenDB as a "database" option for Azure Web Sites, and preferrably as a complete service like SQL Database.
RavenDB has become the go-to-standard for many developers working on .Net today, and its availability as a "database" option would be a great addition to Azure.
Either provide it yourself, or assist RavenHQ or similar providers with getting a presence on Azure.307 votes
We are working with two providers with the intent of getting support for RavenDB in the Store.
I see that Azure Store is supported for 82 countries in the world. How about adding Norway?39 votes
There are a couple factors that determine availability of Add-ons in a country.
First, Azure continues to expand which countries are supported in the Store. Currently most of Europe is supported.
Second, Store partners select which of the available countries from which they wish to allow purchases of their Add-on.
Which Add-on were you interested in purchasing?
There are services available on the store that we are interested in but because we have an enterprise agreement, we do not have access to the store. Please remove this restriction so all users can take advantage of these services.22 votes
April – May timeframe
Only SQL Server is supported, add PostgreSQL and MySQL.6 votes
I just added an add-on. However, I chose the wrong name for the add-on. Now, there is no way (that I have found) to go in and change the name that this shows up as, which is frustrating. I don't want to delete the add-on as the setup process took some time.6 votes
Thanks for the feedback.
Add more backup providers4 votes
New Relic only appears to be for ASP.NET and similar .NET Azure sites. I'd like something equivalent that supports PHP sites - since I'm getting started first with WordPress.1 vote
have arcgis server instance creation1 vote
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