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  • Blog Post: Setting Configuration to Get Your Windows Azure Diagnostics

    Windows Azure Diagnostics enables you to collect diagnostic data from an application running in Windows Azure . You can use diagnostic data for debugging and troubleshooting, measuring performance, monitoring resource usage, traffic analysis and capacity planning, and auditing. After the diagnostic data...
  • Blog Post: New Windows Azure Datacenters Options in US Announced

    The Windows Azure team today announced new data center options based in the United States. The announcement was made at Announcing New Datacenter Options for Windows Azure . Datacenter options of “West US” and “East US” are now offered for compute and storage. SQL Azure will...
  • Blog Post: Getting Acquainted with Node.js on Windows Azure

    Node.js at its root is a command line tool that lets developers run JavaScript programs by typing node my_app.js . Node provides a JavaScript application programming interface (API) for accessing the network and file system. It works well to develop scalable networked programs where low response times...
  • Blog Post: White Paper Series Helps You Get a Start on Windows Azure Pricing

    The Windows Azure Platform Pricing Calculator is designed to help application developers get a rough initial estimate of their Windows Azure usage costs. But where to start? What sort of numbers do you plug in? A series of white papers from MSDEV helps give you a starting point for figuring it all...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure - What is an Extra Small Instance?

    During a presentation today, people were discussing the various sizes of Windows Azure compute instances. Small, Extra Small, Large, Medium etc. I have provided the table below for quick reference. Windows Azure compute instances come in five sizes to enable complex applications and workloads. Each Windows...
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