New Windows Azure Features and Services for spring

Yesterday, Microsoft announced previews of new Windows Azure services that help developers build applications that connect data to users across public and private clouds, take advantage of VHDs and deploy scalable websites quickly and cheaply.  Today, Scott Guthrie will host “Meet Windows Azure” to introduce these new services.  And on Monday, as part of TechEd…

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New Windows Azure Site and Features Available Today

Today we released the new Windows Azure Website with improved billing, management and SQL Azure capabilities. The site is in English today with localized versions planned to roll out next year New features highlight: Implementation of “Spending caps” where you can eliminate the risk of being charged by setting a €0 cap or reduce risk…

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Updated Windows Azure SDK & Windows Azure HPC Scheduler SDK Available Today!

Today we are simplifying the development experience on Windows Azure with three updates—a new version of the Windows Azure SDK, a new Windows Azure HPC Scheduler SDK, and an updated Windows Azure Platform Training Kit. Whether you are already using Windows Azure or looking for the right moment to get started, these updates make it…

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Available: Windows Azure Platform Training Kit – October 2011 Update

The October release of the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit (WAPTK) is now available as a free download. The Windows Azure Platform Training Kit includes hands-on labs (HOLs), presentations, and samples to help you understand how to build applications that utilize Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and the Windows Azure AppFabric. Download the full training kit…

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MSDN Summer: The Windows Azure Platform

We kicked off the MSDN Summer beginning of July 2011 where we invited you to dive into the Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ developer tools, Visual Studio 2010 Application Lifecycle Management and HTML5. Now it’s time for the 4th and last topic: the Windows Azure Platform! The holidays are just about to end, but there’s still…

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