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  • US ISV Evangelism

    SQL Azure Roadmap Simplifies Scale Out Needs with Bigger Data, SQL Azure Federation

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    sql-azure-logo-lgThe SQL Azure Q4 2011 Service Release will be available by end of 2011 and is aimed at simplifying elastic scale out needs. Announced at SQL PASS Summit 2011: Upcoming Increased Database Limits & SQL Azure Federation. Key features include:

    • The maximum database size for individual SQL Azure databases will be expanded 3x from 50 GB to 150 GB.
    • Federation. With SQL Azure Federation, databases can be elastically scaled out using the sharding database pattern based on database size and the application workload. This new feature will make it dramatically easier to set up sharding, automate the process of adding new shards, and provide significant new functionality for easily managing database shards.
    • New SQL Azure Management Portal capabilities.
    • And more.
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  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Java on Windows Azure from Jazoon 2011

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    Note: This post is a bit delayed (been sitting in my drafts folder for WAY too long!) but I’ve had a few folks requesting my slides from my talk at Jazoon 2011 in Zurich, Switzerland, so here it is… Back in June, I had the privilege of speaking at Jazoon...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Photo Mosaics Part 7: Service Bus

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    Ok, it’s been a really, really long time since my last substantive Windows Azure post, but we’re back! Back where, you say? Well I’ve got one or two posts left to round out my Azure Photo Mosaics series. The six previous posts actually...
  • US ISV Evangelism

    ISVs Sell Cloud Apps Through Windows Azure Marketplace - Now in 26 Countries

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    windows-azure-logo-lgWindows Azure Marketplace will help sell your Azure applications globally. This online marketplace was launched in July 2011 and now is available in 25 additional countries. Partners can elect to list-only applications or sell applications directly within the marketplace. It is free to list applications in the marketplace. For applications that are commerce enabled, Microsoft uses a 20/80 revenue sharing model.

    Windows Azure Marketplace is now available in 26 countries with 17 currencies.

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  • MSDN Roadshows

    Geo-Load Balancing with the Azure Traffic Manager

    One of the great new features of the Windows Azure platform is the Azure Traffic Manager, a geo load balancer and durability solution for your cloud solutions.  For any large website, managing traffic globally is critical to the architecture for...
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