Azure

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Multi-Enterprise Business Applications (MEBA): the future business that will come with Azure.

When there was the first public preview of the Azure™ Services Platform, we had lots of discussions about the future opportunities that the concept of "cloud computing" will open to every ISV. One of the concept that I think it will surely "hot" in the near future and that I'm happy to see also on the Microsoft's blog is the concept of Multi-Enterprise Business Applications. In an era where large enterprises are always more interconnected, having applications that span multiple companies will be always more a must. Microsoft has shared a first concept of a MEBA application based...

posted @ Tuesday, December 02, 2008 4:04 PM | Feedback (0)

How to create and Publish your first Windows Azure application

The recently previewed Windows Azure platform is extremely interesting and in the near future I think that lots of the actual businesses will be "cloud oriented". But how to write an Azure application? This is an HowTo directly from Olav Tollefsen and cross posted here for don't loosing the content: Signup for a Windows Azure account First you need to signup for a Windows Azure account and get an invitation code to setup the server. Visit http://www.azure.com for that. Setup the development environment Download and install the following from http://www.microsoft.com/azure/sdk.mspx Windows Azure SDK Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio...

posted @ Thursday, October 30, 2008 9:15 AM | Feedback (4)

Windows Azure: Cloud Computing is here...

The most interesting news that comes fro the PDC is certainlty the announce of the Windows Azure platform.  Azure will be the start of a new era for the Microsoft's applicatons world. It will be a complete "cloud computing" platform available directly from the Internet. It will permit you to have a distributed infrastructure where you can host applications and (really interesting...) it will be completely integrated with the Visual Studio tools (it will be available a specific SDK for building applications for Azure). The Azure platform embraces different services and technologies: and, directly over the operating system...

posted @ Tuesday, October 28, 2008 9:33 AM | Feedback (0)