Monthly Archives: February 2012

Access Windows/office in the cloud on an IPAD

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/23/technology/personaltech/onlive-desktop-plus-puts-windows-7-on-the-ipad-in-blazing-speed-state-of-the-art.html?partner=yahoofinance Advertisements

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6 Shining Examples of Cloud Computing in Action

Good article based on a survey conducted by IBM http://www.forbes.com/sites/joemckendrick/2012/02/22/6-shining-examples-of-cloud-computing-in-action/?partner=yahootix   Chetan

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Rethinking Cloud Service Level Agreements – Cloud Tech News

The Three Contexts for a Cloud SLA This confusion over what belongs in Cloud SLAs centers on the fact that there are very different contexts for SLAs depending on the heritage of the organization writing them: The managed hosting provider … Continue reading

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Microsoft SQL Azure pricing reduced

As discussed in our ChicagoAzure user group meeting yesterday.  Microsoft just slashed its SQL Azure pricing by up to 75% and introduced a new Windows SQL Azure 100 MB option for smaller databases. The chart below provides a side-by-side comparison … Continue reading

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Live blogging

Now the meeting concludes with collaborative discussion. Thank you Mr. Chetan for such a wonderful presentation. Also, thanks to the audience for QA’s. See you till next meetup then. – Sumiet k

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Live blogging

QA – How is the experience if you are working on cloud? – If you would have got a chance to look into Office 365, it’s like you have full functional capabilities through web browser functionality. So, you can log on to … Continue reading

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Live blogging

QA’s – What is app fabric? Ans – Scott says “The Service Bus provides secure messaging and relay capabilities that enable building distributed and loosely-coupled applications in the cloud, as well hybrid application across both private and public clouds. It … Continue reading

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