Episode 175: Cloud Services in the Azure preview portal

Play Episode 175: Cloud Services in the Azure preview portal

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    Hmm... I don't know how I missed this. I had been waiting for a while for this to happen. It's pretty sweet

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    Dennise Navarro

    Hi there,

    I'm Dennise of KSSF,

    Would you be interested in marketing your company over the phone? You'll be
    assigned a caller to contact potential clients and book sales appointments for you -- face to face, phone meetings or webinars.

    My sales rep can draft you a quote for full lead gen services based on your
    requirements. Would you have time this week or next for a 10-minute phone call?


    Dennise Navarro | KSSF
    E : dennisen@kssalesforce.com
    W: kssalesforce.com
    Tel: 888-394-9722

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    @Dennise Navarro:Thank you for explanation.
    So if I understand correctly, resource group is kind of abstraction layer in Azure,to easily maintain complex applications, for example couple of sites, one database, mobile service and maybe some service bus.
    On the other hand, the service plan is actually Azure setting or container, that really has physical impact on our azure objects (sites, databases, etc).
    One resource group can have only one service plan?

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