Hey guys, I’m going to dedicate this post to Windows Azure.
The Windows Azure platform offers a flexible, familiar environment for developers to create cloud applications and services. With Windows Azure, you can shorten your time to market and adapt as demand for your service grows.
Windows Azure offers a platform that is easily implemented alongside your current environment.
Windows Azure: operating system as an online service Microsoft SQL Azure: fully relational cloud database solution Windows Azure platform AppFabric: connects cloud services and on-premises applications
Right now we have an Introductory Special for those not familiar with Windows Azure, and MSDN Subscribers and BizSpark members get Azure love, with special offers and free usage (Terms and Conditions apply).
If you missed Steven Nagy’s packed Windows Azure session at REMIX10, his presentation, slides and a few sneaky photos are available here.
The Azure team have also released the latest tools for Windows Azure, check out all the details here.
If you’re in the process of developing an application for Windows Azure, be one of the first ten to post a link or screen shot and a short description of the app you’re developing on the MSDN forums and you will receive a Windows Azure prize pack.
Thanks and stay awesome,