Dive into the summer with Architects : Introduction into Cloud Patterns and Practices

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Architect Summer Campaign : Cloud Patterns & Practices

Take advantage of this special about Cloud Patterns and Practices to dive a little deeper into one of the hot topics of the moment during the summer months. We have information geared to fit in with your busy schedule. Only have 30 minutes or half a day to spare? Choose from the basics through to the best tools and resources for getting to know these important patterns and practices like the back of your hand.

Cloud Patterns and Practices is the third topic that we're diving into this summer. You can expect one last topic by mid-August on the Windows Azure Platform Interoperability.

So keep an eye on your mailbox and dive in this summer with MSDN!

Explore and dive into Cloud Patterns and Practices

When designing and building architectures, architects need to be able to rely on a repository filled with commonly used patterns and best practices. Not only for avoiding pitfalls made by their predecessors, but also for saving time in building the solution and delivering value to their customers.

Building cloud-oriented solutions is not different as such. The paradigm is different and the patterns and practices used might be different as well, but the objectives are still the same: avoiding mistakes, maximizing the potential
of the architecture and delivering cost-effective value to customers.

Are you ready to explore the different Cloud Patterns and Practices? Have alook at our website and discover a handpicked choice of articles, whitepapers and videos on the subject.

Speaker : Bart Vande Ghinste

Other interesting Summer Campaigns :

- For IT Professionals : Virtualisation(Part 1), Desktop Deployment,Virtualisation (Part 2)

- For Independant Software Vendors : Leveraging the Cloud, Unlocking your Data, Mobility Scenarios

- For Developers : Windows Phone 7 Mango, Visual Studio 2010 ALM, HTML5



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