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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: 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: “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: Sharding With SQL Azure

    Earlier this week we published a whitepaper entitled Sharding with SQL Azure to the TechNet wiki. In the paper, Michael Heydt and Michael Thomassy discuss the best practices and patterns to select when using horizontal partitioning and sharding with your applications. Specific guidance shared in the...
  • Blog Post: Securing Your Connection String in Windows Azure: Part 3

    This is the third part in a multi-part blog series about securing your connection string in Windows Azure. In the first blog post ( found here ) a technique was discussed for creating a public/private key pair, using the Windows Azure Certificate Store to store and decrypt the secure connection string...
  • Blog Post: Securing Your Connection String in Windows Azure: Part 2

    This is the second part in a multi-part blog series about securing your connection string in Windows Azure. In the first blog post ( found here ) a technique was discussed for creating a public/private key pair, using the Windows Azure Certificate Store to store and decrypt the secure connection string...
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