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  • Blog Post: Cloud Design Patterns now available

    Great news for folks looking for guidance on developing apps for the Azure Cloud – take a look at the Cloud Design Patters – it includes the following Twenty four design patterns that are useful in cloud-hosted applications. Each pattern is provided in a common format that describes the context and problem...
  • Blog Post: Big Compute comes to Windows Azure (via HPC Pack 2012)

    Last week at SuperCompter2012, the Windows Azure team showed off it’s Big Compute support by placing in the Top 500 Supercomputer list.  You can get more details on it in Bill Hilf’s blog post - Windows Azure Benchmarks Show Top Performance for Big Compute   Today, we are pleased to announce...
  • Blog Post: Smart Buildings pilot at Microsoft–energy analytics

    There’s a good cover story article on Microsoft’s Smart Building Pilot Program in the latest The Leader, it describes the Microsoft Real Estate and Facilitates group effort in using more technology to improve the energy performance of the buildings they manage.  The article describes the use of...
  • Blog Post: Learn Windows Azure Next Tuesday (Dec 13th)

    Don’t miss the Learn Windows Azure event next Tuesday, Dec 13th…. Learn Windows Azure Next Tuesday (Dec 13th) Next Tuesday, Dec 13th we’ll be holding a special Learn Windows Azure training event for developers.  It will provide a great way to learn Windows Azure and what it provides.  You can...
  • Blog Post: "Data Explorer"– Clean, Mashup, and Publish your Science Data

    Dealing with scientific data can be challenging – especially since it’s in many different formats, files etc.  The SQL Labs release of Microsoft Codename “Data Explorer” looks to be a tool that can help bring together many different data sets in a more straight forward way.  Not only is it...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing for Science - AzureMODIS: Accelerating the Pace of Environmental Research

    They just published an overview of the great collaboration going in the AzureMODIS project with UC Berkeley, Univ of Virginia, and the MSR eScience group.  The project was a very early adopter of Windows Azure and is already one of the largest applications running on Azure.  Kudos goes to Youngryel...
  • Blog Post: new CloudApp(): Azure™ Developer Challenge

    The Azure folks have setup the new CloudApp () challenge – I’d like to see some Science apps created on Azure and see how it changes the way to work with different datasets.  new CloudApp() - The Azure™ Services Platform Developer Challenge What Is It? new CloudApp() is a US-based developer challenge...
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