Some things are just better explained on a whiteboard. According to Windows Azure guru Cory Fowler, the Cloud is one of those things. Watch as he demystifies Windows Azure using nothing other than a whiteboard. Watch the news from this episode >> D³: LIVE & INTERACTiVE Developers,…
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Tommy Patterson welcomes Principal Network Architect, Todd Thorson to the show as they discuss how Microsoft IT prepared its network for the cloud. Tune in as they talk about the impacts the move the cloud has had on its networks as well as major challenges that were met and how this enabled great…
Host Jonathan Rozenblit believes that the best way to learn is to learn from each other, so he's always on the search for stories of Canadian developers who have either built new applications using Windows Azure services or have migrated existing applications to Windows Azure. This is the story of…
Lex Thomas welcomes John Clark to the show as they discuss how System Center 2012 Service Manager can help manage your cloud environment. Tune in for this great discussion around IT Service Management and the cloud and learn how Service Manager fits in with ITSM best practices as well as how it can…
On 30 – 31 March 2009, at Weston Manor, Oxford UK a group of senior IT architects from across the industry met to consider the coming ‘Cloud’. What it is, what it means for business and the software profession and what has Microsoft been up to in the cloud.
This episode is part 2 in the series,…
On 30 – 31 March 2009, at Weston Manor, Oxford UK a group of senior IT architects from across the industry met to consider the coming ‘Cloud’. What it is, what it means for business and the software profession and what has Microsoft been up to in the cloud?
This episode is part one of the…
Mark Hindsbo from Microsoft interviews
Mickey Williams and David Pallmann of
Neudesic. They discuss the impact of Cloud Computing as it relates to the application developer, the enterprise, and the impact on consulting organizations.
I've been using the evolution of water supply as an analogy for the evolution of computing platforms for some time now. As
part of an internal event this month, we had this animation produced and I thought it was worth sharing.
David Platt of the Harvard University Extension School and CEO of Rolling Thunder Computing has created a 3 lecture series on Cloud Computing for students. This second lecture introduces distributed computing concepts and a set of application architecture patterns that are popular with cloud based…