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  • Blog Post: April Updates to the Azure Toolkit for Eclipse– Azure SDK 2.3, Tomcat 8, New Zulu versions, and more!

    Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., has now published the Azure Toolkit for Eclipse (by Microsoft Open Technologies) - April 2014 release . This update accompanies the release of Azure SDK 2.3, which is a pre-requisite. You will be offered the option to install it automatically when you create the first...
  • Blog Post: Android and Java Developers: MS Open Tech has a SignalR SDK for You!

    Today, Microsoft Open Technologies is releasing a SignalR software development kit for Android/Java developers. This SDK, available to the open source community on GitHub will give Java and Android developers the opportunity to add real-time functionality to their Java and Android client apps. To learn...
  • Blog Post: Azul Systems Releases Zulu, an OpenJDK Build for Windows Azure, in Partnership with MS Open Tech

    Today I’m happy to report the news that our Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., (MS Open Tech) partner Azul Systems has released the technology preview for Zulu, an OpenJDK build for Windows Servers on the Windows Azure platform. Azul’s new OpenJDK-based offering has passed all Java certification...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Open Technologies and Azul Systems® to Partner on an OpenJDK™ Build for Windows Azure

    New OpenJDK-based offering will be free and open source, with contributions back to the community O'Reilly OSCON, PORTLAND, Ore. – July 24, 2013 – Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. (MS Open Tech), a subsidiary of Microsoft Corp. dedicated to bridging Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies, and Azul...
  • Blog Post: The Windows Azure Toolkit for Eclipse, July 2013 Preview is ready!

    Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., has released a new update to the Windows Azure Toolkit for Eclipse. The July 2013 Preview includes a number of enhancements that make it easier for Eclipse developers to work with Windows Azure. July 2013 Enhancements For the July release, we’ve added an auto option...
  • Blog Post: If you’re working with Java on Windows Azure, this update is for you!

    From: Martin Sawicki – Principal Program Manager – MS Open Tech Brian Benz – Sr. Technical Evangelist – MS Open Tech Incorporating developer feedback and keeping pace with Windows Azure’s ongoing evolution, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., has released a new update...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java – November 2012 Preview

    I’m pleased to announce the availability of a major update to our Eclipse tooling, the “ Windows Azure Toolkit for Eclipse, November 2012 Preview (version 1.8.0) ”. This release accompanies the release of the Windows Azure SDK v1.8, as well as the AMQP 1.0 messaging protocol support...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java - August 2012 Preview

    Gearing up for back to school, the Microsoft Open Technologies Inc. team has been busy updating the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java. This August 2012 Preview update includes some feedback-driven usability enhancements in existing features along with number additional bug fixes since the...
  • Blog Post: New Interoperability Solutions for SQL Server 2012

    I am excited to share some great news about how we are opening up the SQL Server data platform even further with expanded interoperability support through new tools that allow customers to modernize their infrastructure while maximizing existing investments and extending virtually any data anywhere....
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Libraries for Java Available, including support for Service Bus

    Good news for all you Java developers out there: I am happy to share with you the availability of Windows Azure libraries for Java that provide Java-based access to the functionality exposed via the REST API in Windows Azure Service Bus . You can download the Windows Azure libraries for Java from...
  • Blog Post: Azure + Java = Cloud Interop: New Channel 9 Video with GigaSpaces Posted

    Today Microsoft is hosting the Learn Windows Azure broadcast event to demonstrate how easy it is for developers to get started with Windows Azure. Senior Microsoft executives like Scott Guthrie, Dave Campbell, Mark Russinovich and others will show how easy it is to build scalable cloud applications using...
  • Blog Post: Openness Update for Windows Azure

    As Microsoft’s Senior Director of Open Source Communities , I couldn’t be happier to share with you today an update on a wide range of Open Source developments on Windows Azure. As we continue to provide incremental improvements to Windows Azure , we remain committed to working with developer...
  • Blog Post: Try the June CTP of Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus REST API from Java, PHP

    Good news for all the PHP and Java developers out there: today we are publishing some Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus samples just for you. Since the AppFabric Service Bus REST API can be used from almost all programming languages and operating systems, it makes it very easy for applications written...
  • Blog Post: Neo4j, the open source Java graph database, and Windows Azure

    Recently I was travelling in Europe. I alwasy find it a pleasure to see a mixture of varied things nicely co-mingling together. Old and new, design and technology, function and form all blend so well together and there is no better place to see this than in Malmö Sweden at the offices of Diversify Inc...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Supports NIST Use Cases using Java

    We've been participating in creating a roadmap for adoption of cloud computing throughout the federal government, with the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) , an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce , and the United States first federal physical science research laboratory....
  • Blog Post: Building Java applications on Windows Azure gets easier with the new version of the Eclipse plugin

    I’m pleased to announce that the June 2011 CTP (Community Technology Preview) of the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java is now available for download. As the project manager and designer behind our Java tooling efforts for Windows Azure, I invite you to take a look at our latest release...
  • Blog Post: New features in the April 2011 CTP the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java

    In case you missed the previous announcement , the plugin adds to Eclipse a set of wizards and dialogs which guide the Java developer through the configuration of all relevant projects settings when targeting Windows Azure. The plugin builds on top of the Windows Azure Starter Kit for Java , which is...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Interoperability at EclipseCon 2011

    I've just returned from EclipseCon 2011 , in wet and less than usually sunny Santa Clara California, and it's been definitely a jam packed and busy event with a lot of things going on. Interoperability @ Microsoft was a Bronze Sponsor for the event and we also had a session, "Open in the Cloud:- Building...
  • Blog Post: New plugin for Eclipse to get Java developers off the ground with Windows Azure

    [3/22/2010 – 5:00pm – Updated – Added Installation instructions] As we said a few weeks ago we are hard at work Improving experiences for Java developers with Windows Azure . Today we’re announcing the availability of the f irst Community Technology Preview (CTP) of a new plugin...
  • Blog Post: Improving experience for Java developers with Windows Azure

    From the early days, Windows Azure has offered choices to developers. It allows use of multiple languages (like .NET, PHP, Ruby or Java) and development tools (like Visual Studio, Eclipse) to build applications that run on Windows Azure or consume any of the Windows Azure platform services from any other...
  • Blog Post: Open in the Cloud: Improving the Java Developer Experience on Windows Azure Platform

    As Microsoft continues to deliver on improving the Java developer experience on Windows Azure, I am happy to tell you that today, at the Professional Developers Conference 2010 (PDC 10) held here in Redmond, we are announcing a new set of tools based on Eclipse and updated client libraries (SDK) for...
  • Blog Post: Apache Stonehenge new M2 release adds claims-based authentication scenarios

    Web Services protocols have been around for ten years now. The specifications around these protocols have moved through major standards bodies and most vendors and open source projects have implementations of these web services protocols in their products. That being said, connecting heterogeneous platforms...
  • Blog Post: OData interoperability with .NET, Java, PHP, iPhone and more

    Wouldn’t that be cool to have more ways to unlock your data and free it from applications silos? Today at MIX10, we presented about how Open Data Protocol (OData) can contribute to a more programmable web through demos consuming a Netflix OData feed in various scenarios. We also announced a series of...
  • Blog Post: Interoperability at PDC09: let's recap

    I just flew back from the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) in Los Angeles. What a week, with a lot of announcements, surprises and achievements on multiple fronts. From the interoperability perspective, a lot happened too. This PDC09 further demonstrates how Microsoft is making...
  • Blog Post: Apache Stonehenge demoed at PDC09

    A couple weeks ago, Microsoft was at ApacheCon . We reported the progress made on the Stonehenge project and presented the roadmap. The goal of Apache Stonehenge is to provide a public forum to test the interoperability of WS-* protocols on different vendor stacks and to build sample applications...
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