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Jul 21, 2011

Getting started with Windows Azure

Turns out it's very easy!

You need to install the Azure tools for VS. Then you can check out the Code Quick Start guide for Azure, to get up and running quickly. It took me about half an hour to deploy my first application to Azure, including installing the VS tools and eating a pizza.

I'll probably use my Azure subscription to host demo apps in the future. For now, you can check out my first Hello World application in Windows Azure.

This was fun!

2 comments:

  1. I have used Azure before but the thing is that it doesn't seems to be targeted right for small sites or developers. From small developers point of view Azures seems to be quite expensive.

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  2. Creating and testing the applications we construct is sufficiently troublesome without stressing over setting up and overseeing servers and foundation expected to control our improvement and testing endeavors. Getting new equipment buys affirmed, racking and stacking servers, and holding up to get virtual machines set up can be big time depletes in our dev/test work processes

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