SQL Saturday – SQL Azure – April 2010 deck update

Here’s the deck I’ll be presenting this Saturday in Huntington Beach at SQL Saturday – c’mon over! SQL Azure April 2010 View more presentations from lynnlangit.

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Day of Azure – SQL Azure

Here’s the deck from my presentation at ‘Day of Azure’ in San Diego on Saturday, March 6, 2010 for the San Diego .NET User Group – enjoy! SQL Azure March 2010 View more presentations from lynnlangit.

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Intro to Windows Azure from MSDN Irvine, CA Event

Expanded deck from yesterday’s talk – includes information on Windows Azure data storage options as well as basic introduction to cloud computing and Microsoft’s Windows Azure offering. Windows Azure Introduction View more presentations from lynnlangit. Here’s an image that I like (from Microsoft’s PSA Keith Pijanowski) which shows a logical representation of Microsoft’s Windows Azure…

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Windows Azure for Java Developers – Resources

  Tonight I visited the San Diego Java User Group and took part in a coding dojo (more about that later).  While there, I mentioned to the attendees that we do have some resources for Java developers to use if they want to try out using Windows Azure or SQL Azure in their applications. To…

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Developing Windows Azure applications – Setup

I’ve been working with Windows Azure (post PDC09 build) to take a look at the basic mechanics of coding and deploying applications.  To that end, I wanted to share what I’ve learned so far in this post. First, I’ll talk about what you need to download and install to get started.  There are several categories…

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Windows Azure information for Architects (includes #PDC09 announcements)

I’m attending the Microsoft Architect Council Presentations today in At the Microsoft office in Irvine, CA.  Our local Architect Evangelist, David Chou is presenting.  Several attendees have asked for his decks so I’ll post them here.  The first deck is an overview of the capabilities of the Windows Azure platform (which includes the announcements from…

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Windows Azure ROI Calculator

Why Azure?  Well, how about saving money?  Need to figure it out – try out the new Windows Azure ROI / TCO calculator After you agree to the terms, then you have to fill in a one page questionnaire.  I put in some sample data to illustrate.  The most interesting question is about the expected…

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