Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta has ended

Since the Windows Azure paid access launch on January 4th, the home page of the Silverlight Streaming admin web site has been updated as follows: The Microsoft Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live beta has now ended. Content that was hosted on the beta is no longer available. For Silverlight application deployment and video hosting, you…

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Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta is ending

Note: Throughout this post, I’ll refer to Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ simply as “SLS”. As per my previous post about the SLS service going away now that the Windows Azure platform is available commercially, we are entering Stage 2 of the SLS grandfathering phase. The SLS home page has been overhauled this afternoon…

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How-to: Step-by-step instructions on Windows Azure Blob Storage and retrieving content from Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live

Here is a greatly detailed how-to guide from David Sayed about retrieving your information from Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live and putting it in a Windows Azure blob storage. This should allow you to continue to serve content out of the Microsoft Content Delivery Network (CDN) before SLS is decommissioned. Main post: http://blogs.msdn.com/david_sayed/archive/2010/01/07/hosting-videos-on-windows-azure.aspx Current table…

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Important News for Users of the Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta October 2009

Summary: Microsoft Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live Beta is being discontinued and will eventually be taken down A new Windows® Azure™-based hosting and delivery service will be launched by the end of 2009, though this is not a direct replacement for Silverlight Streaming and will have costs associated with its use You can access, retrieve…

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