Monthly Archives: October 2010

Azure PDC announcements in a nutshell

                                                 So both my predictions came true There were a lot of announcements on the Azure platform and the developer toolset space, but I will highlight some of the main announcements in this post.   Cost Like I mentioned

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My predictions for Azure PDC announcements

  1) Pricing for developers Last week Amazon announced that beginning November 1, new AWS customers will be able to run a free Amazon EC2 instance for a year. This is a huge incentive to make their service appealing and

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Blogging is dead!

Blogging is officially dead and I’m announcing that with this blog post.                       And just like that I decided to revive my old blogger account and port it over to WordPress over the weekend. No idea why, but it seemed

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Windows Azure 101: Cloud Service Model- SaaS/PaaS/IaaS?

Platform as a Service/PaaS Windows Azure at the moment supports the PaaS model, so in other words consumers can build and deploy cloud applications created by using programming languages and tools supported by the provider. The consumers don’t have to

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