SQL Azure Co-Administrator option has been released in July 2011 Service Release
In this article, we will see How to add a Co-Administrator for your subscription
After logging in to Windows Azure Management Portal, click on “Database” tab
After navigating to Database section, click on “User Management” in Tool bar
In User Management screen, You can see the currently available Service Administrators and Co-Administrator for all available subscriptions
Click on “Add New Co-Admin”
In Add New Co-Administrator screen, specify the new users’ Windows Live ID and then select the subscription he can administer and then click “Ok”
Now we have successfully created a new Co-Administrator, Now he can login and create or drop servers, create or drop databases and new co-administrators as well
To remove a subscription or remove a Co-Administrator, click on Co-Administrator name and then click on “Manage Co-Admin”
If you have multiple subscriptions, you can remove the subscription which the co-admin should not manage, if you remove all subscriptions, the co-admin account will be removed automatically.
Now let us login using Co-Administrator login and see how the users are displayed
Since the Co-Administrator already has a subscription, he is displayed as Service Administrator for one of the account and Co-Administrator for other account.
Hope you all find this information helpful !!!