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In Part 6 of his Windows Azure series, Jim O’Neil continues his look at storage options found in Windows Azure by giving an overview of what you can do with Windows Azure SQL Database. Tune in as he explains the key differences between SQL Server on-premise for developers and DB admins and then shows us how to set-up an Azure SQL Database.
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