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  • Blog Post: New Azure Release Supports Open Source Libraries Node.js, MongoDB, Hadoop, Solr, Memcached

    The December release of Windows Azure brings many cool new features including extensive support of open source libraries. An overview of the support was announced on Port 25 on Openness Update for Windows Azure . The announcement includes: We are releasing the Windows Azure SDK for Node.js as...
  • Blog Post: New Features, Node.js Support Highlight December Release of Windows Azure

    A number of updates and improvements have been unveiled today for Windows Azure that will help you to more easily access Azure and unlock the value of cloud computing as a development platform. Join us tomorrow when senior Microsoft leaders will how easy it is for developers to get started with Windows...
  • Blog Post: Second Service Pack Ties High Performance Computing to Azure

    The second ‘service pack’ (SP2) for Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 focuses on providing customers with a great experience when expanding their on-premises clusters to Windows Azure, and we’ve also included some features for on-premises clusters. You can download the service pack at HPC...
  • Blog Post: SP For High Performance Computing Provides Massively Parallel Programs in Azure

    The beta for the second service pack (SP2) of Microsoft HPC Pack 2008 R2 software and the Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 is now publicly available. The service pack provides improved reliability as well as an enhanced feature set including: The service pack provides improved reliability as well...
  • Blog Post: Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Ships

    Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 is the big v3 release. The team has continued to increase performance while adding new features. Windows HPC Server R2 will help enable the next generation of simulations in biology, chemistry, physics, finance, weather and more. The team has made improvements in the developer...
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