Using Windows Azure Drive part 2: modifying my application to use the drive

The first thing I did was to split my file access classes into a separate library, so that I could use them from both my “legacy” Desktop application and the Windows Azure version. As you can imagine, my goal is to port the rest of the application without touching or modifying this file access library…

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Using Windows Azure Drive Part 1: migrate your data to the Cloud

This month, we announced the Beta Release of Windows Azure Drive (a.k.a. XDrive), a technology that allows you to mount a VHD (Virtual Hard Drive) into a Windows Azure instance and access it as if it was a locally attached NTFS drive. There are many applications for this technology, and in this post I would…

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