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  • Blog Post: Openness Research and BigData

    Despite common misconceptions Microsoft now has extensive interoperability with open source technologies for example you can run a php application on Azure, get support from us to run RedHat, SUSE or CentOs on Hyper-V and manage all your applications from System Center 2012. So how are academics using...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview Training Kit

    This week Microsoft released an update to the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview Training Kit. This includes updates to labs that we made available at BUILD as well as several new labs. The Training Kit is available in two different offline packages and is also available to browse online at MSDN . You...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with a 90 day Azure Pass

    You can start building and using Microsoft Windows Azure by following the following steps: 1. Setup an Account: Set up an account and obtain a free subscription for accessing the online portals for Windows Azure an SQL Azure. You can sign up and get the trial from http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/pricing...
  • Blog Post: The Interoperability bridges and Labs Center improving interoperability between Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies

    For all of you whom are interested in open source take a look at The Interoperability bridges and Labs Center , the site is dedicated to technical collaborative work to improve interoperability between Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies. On the web site, you will find a live directory of freely...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure supports open source PHP/Eclipse and Drupal

    Learn more about Windows Azure and Windows Azure Interoperability with PHP with these great new and updated tutorials below . Using Worker Roles for Simple Background Processing Getting the Windows Azure Pre-Requisites via the Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0 Getting...
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