Introduction to Windows Azure

Windows Azure is Microsoft's application platform for the public cloud. You can use this platform in many different
ways. For instance, you can use Windows Azure to build a web application that runs and stores its data in Microsoft datacenters. You can use Windows Azure just to store data,with the applications that use this data running on-premises (that is, outside the public cloud). You can use Windows Azure to create virtual machines for development and test or to run SharePoint and other applications. You can use Windows Azure to build massively scalable applications with lots and lots of users. Because the platform offers a wide range of services, all of these things-and more-are possible.
To do any of them, though, you need to understand the basics. Even if you don't know anything about cloud computing, this article will walk you through the fundamentals of Windows Azure. The goal is to give you a foundation for understanding and using this cloud platform.

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  • Media - link
    Create, manage and distribute media in the cloud. Windows Azure's Media Services PaaS offering provides everything from encoding to content protection to streaming and analytics. Reach Windows 8, Windows phone, Xbox, iOS and Android devices with HTML5, Flash and Silverlight.

    Features 

           

    Media Service

    CDN

    SQL Database

     Storage

    * - Please follow the Links for detailed Description

     

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