Migrating Applications to Windows Azure

WinAzure_h_rgb Now that Windows Azure is released, many of you will be evaluating Microsoft’s cloud platform for both new development projects as well as targeting the Azure Platform for migration of existing .NET applications.

Bob Familiar recently took his music web site which was based on SQL Server 2005, ADO.NET, WCF SOAP Services and Silverlight 2 and migrated the code base to Windows Azure, SQL Azure, WCF RESTful services and Silverlight 3 using Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 and Expression Blend 3.

He captured his experience and shares it with us in a 7 part blog article.

If this doesn't sound familiar it will once you start to read (or listen!)


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