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Architects Rule!

Community blog for architects in the Belgium and Luxembourg region moderated by Bart Vande Ghinste, Enterprise Architect for Microsoft Belgium and Luxembourg.

May, 2009

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About Architecture Rule!

The purpose of this blog is to become the Belgian & Luxembourg community blog of people interested in IT architecture in the broad sense of the word and having a particular interest for MS related architectural matters.   Your interaction will be greatly appreciated and I hope to meet a lot of you in person in the months and years to come!

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    Securing Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure

    Companies considering moving their IT operations to the cloud (SaaS or Platform as a Service) are understandably concerned about security, privacy, reliability, and operational controls.  The following white papers & blog describe how  these...
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    Bing.com Helps People Make Better Decisions

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    Microsoft Corp. today unveiled Bing , a new Decision Engine and consumer brand, providing customers with a first step in moving beyond search to help make faster, more informed decisions. Bing is specifically designed to build on the benefits of today...
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    The Role of the Architect in Turbulent Times

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    Session from TechEd US 2009 With faltering economies and the resulting shifting of priorities, architects must be ready for change in their role. Innovative new technologies such as Cloud Based Computing, Software as a Service and Virtualization open...
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    Visual Studio 2010 and .NET FX 4 Beta 1 shipped

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    We released Beta 1 of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET FX 4.  If you are a MSDN subscriber, you can download the Beta today from here .  For the rest of the world, the Beta will be publicly available on Wednesday. Read more about this here
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    Architecting Interface to Improve Testability

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    ARCast.TV - David Makogon on Architecting Interface to Improve Testability In this interview, David Makogon , senior consultant of RDA, discusses how to architect user interface code to improve testability. A common issue associated with testing code...
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    Microsoft Online Services Adopts Telco Standards

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    Microsoft Online Services Adopts Telco Standards, recognized as a leading Global Service Provider Business Problem: To provide the speed and convenience of cloud computing services, Microsoft recently launched Microsoft® Online Services, a new family...
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    New York Times Silverlight Kit

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    Last week, Microsoft and the New York Times released a New York Times Silverlight Kit ( http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/NYTimesSilverlight ) at the Enterprise Developer Conference in NYC. The kit makes it easier for designers and developers to use REST...
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    Here is a series of new (developer) whitepapers on .Net Services

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    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5057e2b3-c8e5-4b26-a601-ff9621589ce3&DisplayLang=en An Introduction to Microsoft .NET Services for Developers . This overview paper introduces Microsoft® .NET Services, each of its building...
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    Microsoft vision on Public and Private Cloud Computing

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    Super clear 10 min pitch on how Microsoft sees the evolution of the Enterprise Datacenter and the Microsoft Platform moving forward. http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/infrastructure/Default.aspx and choose Bob Kelly’s session. Enjoy!
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    Clouds over the Ivory Tower

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    Interesting thoughts from Redmonk on adoption of Cloud computing in Enterprise space, looking further then only the economics (reaction on recent McKinsey report about this). Some extracts: It being McKinsey, you can assume the math is correct. For once...
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    Windows Azure Geo-Location Goes Live

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    With the Windows Azure CTP you can now specific location where you would like your app to run – think of this as choosing which data center you’re placing your app in. Right now, there are three locations (“USA – Anywhere,” “USA – Northwest,” and “USA...
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