Windows Azure Samurai Eric Golpe

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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Training Kit - April 2011 Update Available!

    It's been awhile since I have been blogging... Mostly this has been due to extensive travel and customer site work over the past few months, for the Windows Azure Technical Adoption Program, and Microsoft's Enterprise Strategy Worldwide Azure Team. I am an integral team member of both teams, and the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Training Kit - December 2010

    Today we have released an updated version of the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit & Courses – you can download the training kit here or walkthrough the hands-on labs on MSDN here . The December release of the training kit includes several new and updated hands-on labs , demo scripts...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure - Feature Packed Cloud Power

    Working as a lead on the Windows Azure Testing & Adoption Program team over the last two years has been quite a lot of fun work. I have been engaging and navigating our select group of “bleeding-edge” customers through a ton of new features that have kept it even more challenging and exciting daily...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Security 101

    I get a bunch of security-related questions daily specifically targeted toward Windows Azure everyday. I’m always steering people in the the direction of information readily available online. I want to reiterate some of the key guidance to refer to before deploying Windows Azure cloud applications...
  • Blog Post: Step-By-Step Windows Azure Signup for MSDN Subscribers

    By now you should know that yesterday we went live with the Commercial Availability and release of Windows Azure. (WOO_HOOT!) One of the great things is that MSDN subscribers get to utilize Windows Azure for their projects with some great offers. (The offers are outlined elsewhere on my blog, or you...
  • Blog Post: .NET Services November CTP Released

    The November CTP of Microsoft .NET Services has released today, and you can get it from http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/developers/dotnetservices/ .   The latest .NET Services CTP includes some key design changes announced previously to the Service Bus (SB) and the Access Control Services...
  • Blog Post: It’s all about Data

    o Data centers we have built from the ground up: Those are Quincy, Washington and San Antonio, Texas. o Data centers currently under construction: Those are Dublin, Ireland and Chicago, Illinois. · How we choose future data center locations: When choosing future data center sites, we take into account...
  • Blog Post: Less than 75 days left until Commerical Launch of Windows Azure at PDC 2009

    Zero Wait for Windows Azure Tokens Now when you sign into Connect for Windows Azure, you can obtain a token for Windows Azure without ANY wait. Tokens are issued immediately for Windows Azure! Note: You do not need tokens for .Net Services, however SQL Azure still have a short wait while you are being...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Tools and SDK July Release Now Live!

    The Windows Azure Platform has just released an updated SDK and Tools package. You can find both available as follows: Tools: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=8d75d4f7-77a4-4adf-bce8-1b10608574bb SDK: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=aa40f3e2-afc5...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with Microsoft Cloud Computing

    We have a new section on our Visual Studio Developer Center over at MSDN, for getting started on our cloud computing stack. You will find free downloads, blog postings, developer resource kits, community resources and more linked conveniently from this page. If you're using Visual Studio, make it a web...
  • Blog Post: Azure and Silverlight Deep-Diving

    Getting Started with Silverlight ‘Getting Started with Silverlight’ is a series of 11 videos and hands-on materials that introduces the concepts, skills, and applications customers need when building their first Silverlight application. [ link... ] Great Windows Live Videocasts and Information: Check...
  • Blog Post: So far, a really good week...

    The views and opinions stated in this blog are mine and do not necessarily reflect those of Microsoft. Each posting on this blog is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. What a great week it has been so far, I have to admit, looking back over the past week is inspiring. I have...
  • Blog Post: new CloudApp() :: Azure Services Platform Developer Contest USA

    new CloudApp() is a US-based developer challenge ( www.newcloudapp.com ) to promote the new opportunities and innovative ideas developers are creating with cloud computing on the Azure Services Platform. Write an application running on Windows Azure and the Azure Services Platform . .NET and PHP category...
  • Blog Post: Keeping abreast of SharePoint Server 2010, Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Azure Services Platform

    Well, it's official. The SharePoint Product Group (PG) just released the news on their MSDN blog (blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint), about the formal naming of "SharePoint Server 2010". I'm very excited about the news, because it drops the "MOSS" acronym, and represents the product in-line with it's true incarnation...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Services Platform Updates

    I came across some publically-releasable information I'd love to share with you all, regarding our Azure Services Platform, currently in Community Technology Preview (CTP) preview. Microsoft is planning for future innovations in computing and will continue to partner with customers as our Software +...
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