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In today’s episode, Mark Rosenberg, a Technical Instructor at New Horizons Computer Learning Centers joins Matt Hester, as they chat about Windows Azure Licensing options. Tune in as they discuss all things licensing and pricing as well as the Windows Azure free trial, the WebMatrix tool, and on-premise versus the cloud.
- [7:20] What other things are in Windows Azure that an IT Pro might be interested in?
- [10:02] How can the WebMatrix tool help IT Pros and Developers with their websites?
- [14:10] Is WebMatrix just designed for Azure or can you point it to an IIS server?
- [15:28] What are some of the common questions and concerns you get about licensing?
- [23:22] Do you see more customers using one big virtual machine or a bunch of little ones?
- [26:55] Some people fear that Azure will “take their job”. Have you found that to be the case?
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Blogs & Articles:
- (Part 1) Infrastructure as a Service – Windows Azure Virtual Machines & What’s in it for You
- (Part 2) Windows Azure Virtual Machine FAQs
- (Part 3) Hybrid Windows Azure IaaS Scenarios – Migrating SharePoint to Windows Azure
- (Part 4) Infrastructure as a Service: Windows Azure vs. Amazon & Rackspace
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