imageCloud Computing and Security are very big issues whether one is considering public or private cloud solutions. Here are some great resources for Developers and Decision Makers. 

MSDN Video: Case Study Interview with Quest Software

MSDN Video: Quest Software's Azure Services

MSDN Video: Security in Provisioning and Billing Solutions for Windows Azure Platform

MSDN Video: Updated: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 2 – Identity Access Management

MSDN Video: Updated: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 3 – Storage Access

MSDN Video: Updated: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 4 – Secure Development

MSDN Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 1 - Security Architecture

MSDN Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 2 – Identity Access Management

MSDN Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 3 – Storage Access

MSDN Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 4 – Secure Development

TechNet Video: Cloud Security Panel Interview at TechEd NA 2010

TechNet Video: Data Security in Azure (Part 1 of 2)

TechNet Video: Data Security in Azure (Part 2 of 2)

TechNet Video: Microsoft Private Cloud Security Overview

TechNet Video: Security Talk: Security Considerations in Quest Software’s Windows Azure On-Demand Solutions

TechNet Video: Security Talk: Windows Azure Security - A Peek Under the Hood

TechNet Video: Updated: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials for Business Decision Makers

TechNet Video: Updated: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials for Technical Decision Makers

TechNet Video: What about Security in the Cloud?

TechNet Video: White Board Session: Online Services Security and Compliance: Microsoft’s Compliance Framework for Online Services

TechNet Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials for Business Decision Makers

TechNet Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 5 - Secure Networking using Windows Azure Connect

TechNet Video: Windows Azure Platform Security Essentials: Module 6 – Windows Azure Role Security

About Windows Azure

The Windows Azure platform is commercially available in 41 countries and enables developers to build, host and scale applications in Microsoft datacenters located around the world. It includes Windows Azure, which offers developers an Internet-scale hosting environment with a runtime execution environment for managed code, and SQL Azure, which is a highly available and scalable cloud database service built on SQL Server technologies. Developers can use existing skills with Visual Studio, .NET, Java, PHP and Ruby to quickly build solutions, with no need to buy servers or set up a dedicated infrastructure, and with automated service management to help protect against hardware failure and downtime associated with platform maintenance.

Getting Started with Windows Azure

See the Getting Started with Windows Azure site for links to videos, developer training kit, software developer kit and more. Get free developer tools too.

See Tips on How to Earn the ‘Powered by Windows Azure’ Logo.

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Learn What Other ISVs Are Doing on Windows Azure

For other videos about independent software vendors (ISVs) on Windows Azure, see: