Windows Azure team created a detailed hands on lab to help everyone who wants to move their application to Windows Azure cloud.
Each of the Hands-On Labs is separate and stand-alone so you can choose which ones you want to use, and you can work through them in any order. However, it is recommended that you follow the sequence of the labs. Within each lab, you should work through the individual exercises in the order they appear in the lab as the exercises build upon each other within that lab.
Each Hands-On Lab contains a description of the individual exercises, and a series of steps you can work through to implement the techniques demonstrated by these exercises. The code for each lab contains both a "begin" and an "end" version (the exercises that require you to start a new blank project have no "begin" version) so that you can work through the steps, or you can open the "end" solution to see the result.
You can download the labs from the link below:
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