TechEd 2009 – Building Applications with Microsoft SQL Data Services and Windows Azure (DAT316)

Hopefully a number of you will be attending this years TechEd in Los Angeles.  This year I will be co-presenting with David Robinson where we will be discussing SQL Data Services and our "Huron" Data Hub project.  I am really looking forward to showing you our latest demo so I hope you can all make it.  If you are not able to make the session but are at the conference, I will also be at the SQL Data Services booth for quite a bit of the time, so please stop by so we can talk "sync". 

Here is the abstract for the session:

"Are you looking to reduce the costs of building and maintaining enterprise applications? Do you want to extend the reach of your applications across multiple devices, locations and partners? SQL Data Services and Windows Azure provides you a friction free, highly scalable platform for building applications. The scale and reach of the cloud lights up a new class of application scenarios. Come see how easy it is to consume SQL Data Services from within Windows Azure. In addition, we dive into Microsoft's new "Data Hub" for businesses and see how this SQL Data Services powered synchronization service allows for data aggregation within the Hub to provide straightforward data sharing between on-premises databases, business partners, remote offices, and mobile users".

See you there! 

Liam Cavanagh

Comments (2)

  1. antonius says:

    Any discussions relating to reducing our team’s costs as it relates to applications definitely will be worth attending.

    Hopefully, we will see you all in L.A.

  2. liamca says:

    I look forward to seeing you in LA antonius.

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