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Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta has ended
Since the Windows Azure paid access launch on January 4th, the home page of the Silverlight Streaming admin web site has been updated as follows: The Microsoft Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live beta has now ended. Content that was hosted on the beta is no longer available. For Silverlight application...
5 Feb 2010
Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta is ending
Note: Throughout this post, I’ll refer to Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ simply as “SLS”. As per my previous post about the SLS service going away now that the Windows Azure platform is available commercially, we are entering Stage 2 of the SLS grandfathering phase. The SLS home page...
13 Jan 2010
How-to: Step-by-step instructions on Windows Azure Blob Storage and retrieving content from Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live
Here is a greatly detailed how-to guide from David Sayed about retrieving your information from Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live and putting it in a Windows Azure blob storage. This should allow you to continue to serve content out of the Microsoft Content Delivery Network (CDN) before SLS is decommissioned...
11 Jan 2010
Important News for Users of the Microsoft® Silverlight™ Streaming by Windows Live™ Beta October 2009
Summary: Microsoft Silverlight Streaming by Windows Live Beta is being discontinued and will eventually be taken down A new Windows® Azure™-based hosting and delivery service will be launched by the end of 2009, though this is not a direct replacement for Silverlight Streaming and will have...
18 Oct 2009
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