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AppFabric.tv - Announcing the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP

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Today we are exciting to announce the release of the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP which includes capabilities that make it easy for developers to build, deploy, manage and monitor multi-tier applications across web, business logic and database tiers as a single logical entity on the Windows Azure Platform.

In this episode , I'm joined by Karandeep Anand Group Program Manager for AppFabric Platform Services as we take a look at the exciting new capabilities featured in this CTP release.

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  • The download page shows that it's published back in May (5/25/2011), and it's even titled "Windows Azure AppFabric SDK V2.0 CTP – May Update".

  • CSUCSU

    Great video, thanks. Already no more slots to try it Sad
    (I noticed that Karandeep Anand has the same noisy Vaio as I have....largest screen but higtest Db rate Smiley)

  • Ron Jacobsrojacobs Ron Jacobs

    Check the links again - everything is pointing at the right place now.

  • Rohit WasonRohit Wason

    pretty cool demo. Tempted to try this out right now :)

  • Mark RoweMark Rowe

    Thank you very much for this peek under the hood

  • Hi thanks for this great video!!! I've a question. In the azure scenario how does the application's stability controlled? Meaning how do you ensure at a high level the app is not misbehaving in terms of memory, cpu, etc. What kind measures are need to be fulfilled to publish the application? Regards, Madhan

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