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  • Blog Post: New December Windows Azure Developer Training Tools, Kits Shows How to Get Started

    The new Windows Azure tools and training kit includes a comprehensive set of technical content to help you learn how to use Windows Azure. The kits support multiple languages and environments such as .Net, Node.js, Java, PHP, and others. Developer Tools The new Azure site that launched this...
  • 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: Bind Windows Azure Storage Data Using Java Persistence API

    jpa4azure is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) that binds java objects to Azure Tables, making it very easy for Java developers to leverage Windows Azure Storage from on-premise or cloud applications. Any intermediate Java developer can take an object model and with some simple annotations be on their...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Supports NIST Standards Acceleration for Cloud Computing

    Microsoft is participating in the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) initiative to jumpstart the adoption of cloud computing standards called Standards Acceleration to Jumpstart the Adoption of Cloud Computing, (SAJACC) .The goal is to formulate a roadmap for adoption of high-quality...
  • Blog Post: How to Get Started with Java, Tomcat on Windows Azure

    Step-by-step instructions on building a Java application in Eclipse and installing it on Windows Azure have been published in the Interoperability Bridges and Labs Center. The post by Ben Lobaugh shows how you can take advantage of the high availability and scalability of the Windows Azure cloud using...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Starter Kit for Java Available for Download

    The Community Technology Preview (CTP) Windows Azure Starter Kit for Java , enables Java developers to simply configure, package and deploy their web applications to Windows Azure. Developers can choose to upload the Java environment of their choice and run it on on Windows Azure.The goal for this CTP...
  • Blog Post: Win Money by Entering Perficient’s #CloudDevComp Competition–US and Canada Only

    Would you like to win money and prizes for your Windows Azure platform applications you’ve created? Then you'll want to check out Perficient ’s  #CloudDevComp competition. All competition entries must use a Windows Azure platform element and can use any platform (Ruby, .NET, Java, etc.) You could...
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