Microsoft Azure (called Windows Azure before 25 March 2014) is a cloud computing platform and infrastructure, created by Microsoft, for building, deploying and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. It is a growing collection of integrated services – compute, storage, data, networking and app. It provides both PaaS and… Continue reading Why Microsoft Azure is really a great product and service nowadays
It is not a secret to anyone that you can add almost anything to Azure. Virtual Machines are a new addition to the services provided by Windows Azure. VMs allow much easier and more flexible to transfer the local infrastructure in the cloud, or to create new software solutions that are critical persistent storage. Creating… Continue reading New features of Windows Azure: Virtual Machines
Not long ago I had to answer one very hard question, at least to try finding the answer:-):What is better Windows Azure or Amazon Web Services (AWS) for cloud computing? Why can no other providers fit the bill? – may you ask, the thing is that most of them can’t provide the price points or… Continue reading Amazon Web Services vs/and Windows Azure
Microsoft has officially rolled out Windows Server 2012, the server partner to the Windows 8 operating system it is launching on 6 October alongside the eagerly anticipated Surface tablet. Unveiling the new offering on the 4th of September, Satya Nadella, president of Redmond's Servers and Tools Business, has dubbed the new-gen system as the first… Continue reading Windows Server 2012 is Here… so is Microsoft’s Cloud OS
Cloud computing is not a buzzword, it has become reality for many companies from SMEs to large organizations: as analyst Quocirca reports in their Cloud findings this year: a substantial minority out of 900 business respondents see cloud computing either as a “passing fad” (8%) or as something that had “no place in the future… Continue reading In the cloud: which is right for you?