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  • Blog Post: April Newsletter – Debates on the Cloud

    Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile   April 2010       Windows Azure Design Patterns One of the challenges in adopting a new platform is finding usable design patterns that work for developing effective solutions. The Catch-22 is that design patterns...
  • Blog Post: [eWeek] SugarCRM Brings CRM Play to Windows Azure

    SugarCRM has announced that it will offer its CRM applications on the Windows Azure to enable its customers and value-added resellers (VARs) to benefit from the real-time scalability, high availability and on-demand infrastructure of the Microsoft cloud platform for Web applications and services. Read...
  • Blog Post: [Sydney Herald] Microsoft raises cloud computing concerns

    Microsoft released a "white paper" on the issue in conjunction with an International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy in Madrid. "We want to take the initiative in regard to our position on privacy in the cloud," Microsoft senior director of privacy strategy Brendon Lynch...
  • Blog Post: The Economist on How Win7 Marks the End of an Era and the Beginning of a Battle in the Clouds

    Much of computing will no longer be done on personal computers in homes and offices, but in the “cloud”: huge data centres housing vast storage systems and hundreds of thousands of servers, the powerful machines that dish up data over the internet. Web-based e-mail, social networking and online games...
  • Blog Post: Architect Cafe | September 2009 Series

    DAY 1 – September 28, 2009 at Noon PST From the Trenches: Using Architectural Skills to Increase Solution Adoption Success Rates Jim Wilt (Chief Software Architect for Metrics Reporting Inc.) Products, Solution Frameworks, and Development Tools are too often touted by vendors and development teams as...
  • Blog Post: [CIO] Five Lessons from Microsoft on Cloud Security

    The software titan reviewed its security approach to cloud computing and developed new strategies. Here's what one Microsoft cloud expert says he's learned. Discuss risk with customers. The security of cloud services worries many customers, and it should. Pay attention to compliance. Larger enterprise...
  • Blog Post: [NYTimes] In the New Data Center, It’s Roofs Off and Taxes Down

    Google and Microsoft continue to spar over both their data center designs and how much information they reveal about the inner workings of their vast computing centers. Read full story Microsoft’s Generation 4 Modular Data Center Vision
  • Blog Post: [Redmond Developer News] Survey: Cloud Dev Efforts on the Rise

    The move to the Internet cloud will pick up steam in the next year for developers, according to a new survey from Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Evans Data Corp. Nearly half (48 percent plus) of the 500-plus developers surveyed expects to deploy private cloud applications in the coming year. Development for...
  • Blog Post: [Application Development Trends] Serious Price Tag Overshadows Cloud Computing

    While big players (including Microsoft) and not so big are still improving their cloud offerings, there still persist some doubts about those cost savings that cloud proponents use as main argument. These advantages come at a cost, a researcher warned at the Black Hat Briefings security conference. Read...
  • Blog Post: [CIO] Company Helps ISVs Assess Cost of Microsoft's Windows Azure

    With the commercial release of Windows Azure scheduled for later this year, one Microsoft partner is giving ISVs a tool to figure out how much deploying their application might cost once Microsoft starts charging for the cloud-computing platform. Read full story
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