Migrating Applications to Windows Azure Virtual Machines

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Building cloud-based applications with a PaaS model allows for the developer to focus on the task of building software instead of worrying about the underlying infrastructure. However, this abstraction can come at a cost. Sometimes building a complex solution or integrating with a legacy application requires more control than the PaaS model easily offers. The spring release of Windows Azure will be enhanced by including powerful new Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) capabilities. These capabilities open more opportunities for applications to benefit from the Windows Azure Platform. Joining the PaaS and IaaS service models it is possible to take advantage of the best of both models. Come to this session and learn about saving time and complexity with PaaS and retaining full control when needed by tapping into IaaS. #TEAZR314
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