I can do all kinds of administrative things in the management portal for Windows Azure (windows.azure.com). I can create / drop databases, test connectivity, view connection strings, and manage users.I can also do all kinds of administrative things in the management portal for SQL Azure (sql.azure.com). I can create / drop databases, test connectivity, view connection strings, and manage users.Why do I have two different portals? 1) If I am on the Windows Azure management portal, I can't manage firewall settings! It seems this function is only available on the SQL Azure management portal.2) When I want to run a query against my SQL Azure database, it seems I can only get there from the Windows Azure management portal, even though it opens a database query window on e.g. manage-ch1.sql.azure.com (I'm sure there are plenty of those named servers, that was just the one I got this time).It is very confusing when the two portals have 90% overlapping functionality, but then you need to go log into a second portal when you need to do one of those few things that is only supported in one of the portals.