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Is Azure Right For My Applications?

A talk by Rich Dudley

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August 25, 2011 7:30 AM

Pittsburgh Technology Council, 2000 Technology Drive, Suite 100 (First Floor) Pittsburgh 15219

Pittsburgh Technology Council, 2000 Technology Drive, Suite 100 (First Floor) Pittsburgh 15219

What is Microsoft Azure? Is Azure right for my applications? Do I have to use .NET, or can I develop in PHP or Java? What level of calculus do I need to figure out the billing? These questions and more answered by an experienced enterprise developer and co-author of “Microsoft Azure: Enterprise Application Development” from Packt Publishing. In this talk, we'll look at the features of Azure, how they can be used together or individually, and we'll examine the libraries and tools useful in building, debugging and managing applications on the Azure platform. We’ll also examine some of the changes to the roles of developer, administrator and DBA in a move to Azure. By the end of this session, you'll have a solid understanding of the services available in Azure, how to get started developing for Azure, useful tools to use, and how to decide if Azure is right for your applications.

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