Scott Guthrie: Meet the New Windows Azure

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Windows Azure is a flexible and open cloud platform for a wide variety of applications ranging from web sites to enterprise and mobile applications. In this foundation session Scott Guthrie will demonstrate how to quickly build and deploy applications using the new Windows Azure features and services including Windows Azure Web Sites, Virtual Machines, and new developer tools and SDKs.

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      Rohit Sharma

      When using Azure to host the VMs e.g. having the BizTalk server installed. Do I still need another VM having the monitoring tool e.g. SCOM installed for monitoring the BizTalk solutions or Azure provide any capabilities to do it.

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      Gain muscle

      Niets tegen het artikel, maar ik het niet eens met een paar punten om wat extenct. Ik ben waarschijnlijk een minderheid wel, lol. Bedankt voor het delen.

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      fanbaby

      "I'm full admin on this ubuntu box", lol, it's called root.

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      exoteric

      Holy crap this is awesome! Bye AppHarbor. Hello Windows Azure!

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      zico

      the free web-sites scott mentioned - are they available for the free trial-time (3 months) or permanently?

       

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      WimDeGroote

      After this session, you want to go out and try Azure for yourself, especially the VM role.

      You will get some free Azure resources that come with your MSDN subscription Smiley

       

      wimdg@hotmail.com

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      Thirumalai

      Can you please share the Powerpoint slide for this vedio.

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