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  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Blog is moving to the Official Windows Azure Platform Team Blog

    In an effort to make it easier for you to stay on top of the latest product releases, resources, tools and news around the Windows Azure platform, today, we’re excited to announce that the SQL Azure blog is moving into what will now be called the ‘Windows Azure Platform Team Blog’....
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Federations: Product Evaluation Program Now Open for Nominations!

    Cihan Biyikoglu, Senior Program Manager of SQL Azure, has posted information on the Microsoft SQL Azure Federations Product Evaluation Program. Nominations for the Microsoft SQL Azure Federations Product Evaluation Program are now open. To learn more and discover how you can get involved, I encourage...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2011 Highlights: Highlighted Articles on TechEd 2011

    TechEd wound to a close last Friday. Our engineering leaders put together some great demos and presentations that help developers take advantage of cloud data with SQL Azure, as well as preview what’s coming next on the roadmap. The blogosphere has been very active with articles from people who...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2011: From Servers to Services: On-Premise and in the Cloud

    Norm Judah, Chief Technology Officer for Microsoft Services, presented a Foundational Session at TechEd detailing examples of what is possible in the cloud this past week. The session covered four demos on 1) building a private cloud, 2) event based applications, 3) looking at SharePoint as an application...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2011: The Data and BI Platform for Today and Tomorrow

    Quentin Clark, Vice President for SQL Server, delivered a session after the TechEd keynote yesterday about the future of SQL Server for data and BI and moving towards the cloud in the upcoming “Denali” release. There was a great demo by Roger Doherty that illustrates how well SQL Azure...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure May 2011 Update

    Announced earlier today at TechEd , there are several key updates to the SQL Azure service that I wanted to share with you. Zane Adam covered these at a high level on his blog this morning as well as talking about improvements in AppFabric. The theme of this service release was to continue improving...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure And Data Services at TechEd 2011: What’s Coming This Week.

    TechEd is this week! As I wrote in my post on Friday, TechEd is May 16-19 in Atlanta. Unfortunately I am not there, I was at InterOp earlier this week in Vegas (I’ll send a recap of that in the next few days) and I’ll be sitting this one out to catch up on some work and to start work on an...
  • Blog Post: Gaining Performance Insight into SQL Azure

    TechNet has an interesting article on understanding query performance in SQL Azure. The article discusses how database administrators can track exactly what Transact-SQL statements are being submitted, and how the database returns those results and . Click here to read more on TechNet’s article...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2011 – What To See, Where To Go For Cloud Data Services

    TechEd is next week! May 16-19 to be exact, in Atlanta. Unfortunately I won’t be there - I was at InterOp earlier this week in Vegas (I’ll send a recap of that in the next few days) and I’ll be sitting this one out to catch up on some work and to start work on an idea for a cloud application...
  • Blog Post: Just Released: Windows Azure AppFabric Caching Service

    In case you missed the news, the Windows Azure AppFabric blog announced on Friday that the Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service is now available as a production service. This service is a distributed, in-memory, application cache service that accelerates the performance of Windows Azure and SQL Azure...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Data at MIX: SQL Azure, Windows Azure DataMarket, and OData

    Yet another great MIX event happened last week on April 12-14 and it was a fantastic opportunity to have personal conversations with web developers about how they're using Microsoft development tools and the Windows Azure platform. For me, MIX was also an opportunity to step back and take in all the...
  • Blog Post: Survey Feedback on the SQL Azure Website

    We have always sought feedback from the community for various aspects of our services, ranging from product feature requests, input through forums and comments through social media and blogs. Today, we would like some quick feedback from you about the features and usability of the SQL Azure website ...
  • Blog Post: MIX 2011 Keynote: Windows Azure AppFabric Announcement

    Today, at the MIX 2011 keynote, Scott Guthrie will be announcing the first release of Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service and a release of a new version of the Access Control service. ( Press Release ) The new version of the Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control service adds all of the great...
  • Blog Post: Japan Road Status

    Check out the blog post from Johannes Kebeck, that walks through the development of a service, showing the status of roads, following the tragic Japan earthquake and tsunami. "Recently I had the honour to support our friends and colleagues in Japan in the development of a service that shows the status...
  • Blog Post: “Running ERP on The Cloud: Benefits for IT and Business Leaders” with Acumatica and Microsoft Corporation: Academy Live Webcast on 3/22/2011

    Next week we have a webcast coming up that I encourage you to take advantage of. Doug Johnson (VP Marketing and Business Development for Acumatica), Ali Jani (VP Product Management for Acumatica) and Sudhir Hasbe (Senior Product Manager ; SQL Azure and Middleware for Microsoft) will be presenting an...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Platform Announcment: Introductory Specials Includes 750 hours on Extra-Small Instance

    The Windows Azure Platform team is announcing a new Introductory Special here . Details of the unveiling include a new Introductory Special as part of the Cloud Power campaign that includes 750 free hours of the Windows Azure extra-small instance and 25 hours of the Windows Azure small instance until...
  • Blog Post: Azure Anniversary and Customer Momentum

    A Customer Spotlight Press Release today reminded us that we've reached the one year anniversary of the Windows Azure platform. Given all the exciting developments and progress we have made over the last year, it is easy to forget that it's been only a year since SQL Azure was first available as...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure - The Year in Review

    Happy New Year everybody! The year 2010 was an exciting one for developers, customers, and Microsoft as we all made the dive into the cloud with SQL Azure and the Windows Azure platform. The year 2011 is already shaping up to be even more exciting with what the industry is doing with cloud data...
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