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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Caching (Preview) and Ruby Cloud Services

    One of the new features introduced in the spring update to Windows Azure is the ability to use memory in your compute instances for caching. This cache is distributed across all instances of your application, so it scales with your application and data stored in it is available to all your instances...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure PowerShell and Ruby Cloud Services

    Some of you may remember a little project I created last year called RubyRole , which let you host Ruby applications as a Windows Azure hosted service (now called a cloud service.) I updated it the other day to fix a few issues with the recent spring update to Windows Azure, and discovered some interesting...
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