Windows Azure case studies launched at PDC 2009

Microsoft announced the production version of Windows Azure today at PDC 2009 in Los Angeles.  Numerous customers and partners debuted their solutions during the Azure launch. Following are the case studies that prove the viability of Cloud Computing as cure to the IT agility issues:   Case Study Products CS ID Short link for tweets…

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Windows Azure now supports various OS image types

  Azure Capability Price Remarks Compute (server usage) Small – $0.12 /instance-hourMedium – $0.24/instance-hourLarge – $0.48/instance-hourXLarge – $0.96/instance-hour The charges start adding up once you deploy the application. Storage (persistent) Storage @ $0.15 / GB-month stored This will include Azure Blobs and Azure Tables where the information stored is not transient. Even though Azure Queue…

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Dominos Azure eCommerce application blogged by Jon Box

The Dominos system announced at pdc09 uses TomCat on Azure: http://blogs.msdn.com/jonbox/archive/2009/11/17/domino-s-demonstrates-tomcat-site-on-windows-azure.aspx

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iStore is creating a Windows Azure based Digital Oilfield solution – PetroTrek Online

iStore (The Information Store) is developing the petroleum industry’s first public cloud offering on Microsoft Azure Services platform. The independent software vendor is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner who blazed trails with a SharePoint 2007 based digital oilfield solution called PetroTrekĀ®,  that is being used by supermajor oil companies in their on-premise systems. iStore understood…

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