Join a Microsoft Real-time Internet of Things Experiment Feb. 23, 2016

  Pegasus II Launch Date Feb 23 2016 from Kankakee, IL. Want to learn how? Simply, sign up for text message flight notifications and Pegasus II will text your phone when it begins its ascent. You can then view live video and telemetry at the research team’s website, and you can download the mobile applications…

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Microsoft Azure Cost Estimator Tool

The Azure Cost Estimator has been designed keeping in mind the need to provide the IT manager of next generation organizations the ability to quickly assess running cost of the existing on-premises workload on Azure. About the tool The tool provides real world machine hardware usage It recommends appropriate Azure instance to match the scanned…

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Free One-day Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Training at U.S. Cities

Attend this free, full-day training session and discover first-hand how to integrate cloud solutions with your existing, on-premises datacenter – without sacrificing security, control, reliability and scalability. You’ll see how advanced Azure infrastructure services enable you to provide reliable data access, while maximizing productivity across platforms, including Microsoft and Open Source (OSS), GitHub, and more….

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Catch up the latest on Microsoft Azure through Virtual Event–AzureCon

  It’s today. Watch live sessions at https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/azurecon/ AzureCon will include live, interactive and on-demand sessions. All of the content from AzureCon will be available on-demand after the event, so you can watch the sessions at your convenience. Live keynotes delivered by Scott Guthrie, Jason Zander, Bill Staples, and other executives. Interactive Q&As with keynote…

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Microsoft Azure SQL Supports Up to 1 TB Databases

  Great news on SQL Azure Database. Microsoft has just announced two new Azure SQL Database tier options for standalone databases, P4 and P11. With P11 Azure SQL now supports databases up to 1 TB. This is a significant improvement on the Azure SQL 500 GB database size limit. For applications with less than 1…

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Microsoft Azure Developer Reference

The redesigned Azure developer reference aligns all Azure reference contents based on the service name, feature or assembly name, and type of reference content. The new design makes it easy to navigate and find resources for developers. Check it out here.

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ISV Partners Building Solutions on Azure and Windows (Part II)

In the first part of the blog post series, I introduced three partners, Walkway, IntraLearn and Zeva, that built solutions on Azure and Windows app Platform. In the second part, I would like to introduce three more stories, AaNeel, IronCAD and See Forge. AaNeel – Creating comprehensive managed care solutions for better patient experiences IronCAD…

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ISV Partners Building Solutions on Azure and Windows

Since July 2014 I’ve been working with U.S. based ISV partners across industries to provide technical guidance and assistance in building apps and solutions Azure and Windows. It has been a very rewarding journey and I am totally thrilled with what they have done. Below are some of the highlights from the partnership. Walkway-Cloud-powered active…

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Azure RemoteApp Resources

While preparing a RemoteApp virtual lab, I gathered a handful of white papers, articles, blog posts and FAQ. To help those who are interested to evaluate the technology, I put together the list of resources and hope that you find it useful. Note that information from some links may become dated as Microsoft continues to…

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Azure Resource Explorer

Azure Resource Explorer is a new tool that allows developers to discover the Azure Resource Management APIs, get API documentation and make actual API calls directly in your own subscriptions. Currently in Preview, the tool is being developed as Open Source, and is hosted on GitHub here. You can find more detail here and try…

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