Cool Developer Portal changes and Windows Azure CDN details!!!


Our changes for the Azure Development Portal have gone live.. this will be supporting our commercial release at PDC on Nov. 16th

The new features in this release are the following:

· CDN support

· Custom domains

· Cert management & Configuration

· Estimated times and progress indicators

· New icons (COOOOL!)

· Security fixes

· Additional features for SSL Certificates

Head over to the Portal, and login with your account details to see all the glory!

 

We have also announced some of the features of the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) to deliver Windows Azure Blob content. Windows Azure CDN offers developers a global solution for delivering high-bandwidth content.

Windows Azure CDN has 18 locations globally (United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America) and continues to expand. Windows Azure CDN caches your Windows Azure blobs at strategically placed locations to provide maximum bandwidth for delivering your content to users. You can enable CDN delivery for any storage account via the Windows Azure Developer Portal. The CDN provides edge delivery only to blobs that are in public blob containers, which are available for anonymous access.

Visit the Team blog entry for more details on the CDN.


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