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Jonathan RozenblitDeveloper Evangelist
Susan IbachDeveloper Evangelist
With 8 sessions specifically dedicated to Windows Azure and Office 365 at TechDays Toronto, there was plenty of content to go around. There was everything from deciding whether to move to the Cloud, to how to actually do the move to the Cloud, to how to secure your application in the Cloud once you got it up there. Hopefully you left each session understanding all the concepts and knowing exactly what you needed to do in order to implement them in your applications.
Below you’ll find all of the resources mentioned in each of the sessions so that you can continue your exploration of Windows Azure today (rather than having to wait until the sessions are available on TechDays Online in early December):
Highlighted in all sessions
Highlighted in CLD301 – Migrating Applications to Windows Azure
Highlighted in CLD302 – Windows Azure Storage: Getting Started and Best Practices
Highlighted in CLD303 – Deploying and Managing Applications on the Windows Azure Platform
Highlighted in CLD304 – To the Cloud and Back: Hybrid Applications with Windows Azure and SharePoint Online
Highlighted in CLD305 – SQL Azure: Key Features, Migration, and Synchronization Strategies
Highlighted in CLD306 – To Cloud or Not to Cloud
Highlighted in CLD307 – Windows Azure Security, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud
Highlighted in CLD309 – Developing SharePoint Solutions for Office 365
Highlighted in CLD210 – Office 365 vs. Google Apps – The Elephant in the Room
Looking ahead to TechDays Vancouver
Stay tuned to next Wednesday’s post where I’ll go over what the Cloud Computing and Online Services track has in store for you at TechDays Vancouver! If you haven’t yet registered for TechDays Vancouver (or Montreal, for that matter), there’s still time to register.
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