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Learn Cloud Computing with Windows Azure



We are going to see a new series on “Learn Cloud Computing with Windows Azure”, in this series we are going to see in depth on Cloud Computing along with the Windows Azure and Amazon Web services pro’s and cons to get a better idea on choosing your platform to migrate to cloud, though this series focuses primarily on Windows & SQL Azure in depth. This series is going to be a on going series where ever possible we will be dropping an update to the readers, as we don’t want to restrict my followers with a limited count. In this series we will also see comparison report on each of the major components, but primarily our focus will be on Windows and SQL Azure as mentioned earlier.   [more]


Earlier in this blog we have a separate section Azure Tutorials which has a number of post on the Azure and provides insights on the Azure portal with the main components, but here we will be seeing in detail on the cloud terminologies with respect to Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services. This post will be updated frequently each and every time, as we plan to keep this page as a index when a new article added to this series. My blog readers can bookmark this page as a source for this series. This series will be targeting Level 100 to Level 400 professionals to get clear idea on the Cloud environment.

Series Topics:

Part 1 – What is Cloud Computing?

Part 2 – What are the types of Cloud?

Part 3 – Cloud Terminologies

Part 4 – Where Windows Azure sits in Cloud?

Part 5 – Windows Azure an Insight

Part 6 – Windows Azure Framework in detail

Part 7 – Windows Azure Components

Part 8 – System Requirements for Windows Azure Development

Part 9 – Windows Azure Management Portal

Part 10 – Windows Azure vs Amazon Web Services – A Quick Comparison

About Author: Karthikeyan Anbarasan, Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) in ASP.NET/IIS Architecture. He is the Founder and Chief Editor of the www.f5debug.net website and has authored books on Windows Phone and Business Intelligence(SSIS). He is also a Passionate Speaker and a Blogger on Microsoft Technologies.

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