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October Meeting – What’s New in Windows Azure

The October 2012 meeting will be held on Monday, October 8th from 6pm – 8pm at TechColumbus (1275 Kinnear Rd, Columbus, OH 43212).

We are very happy to have Josh Harrison from Leading EDJE joining us this month to present a session about many of the new and exciting features of Windows Azure.

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We are happy to have Halcyon Solutions joining us this month as a sponsor!

Topic

What’s New in Windows Azure

Abstract

In June Microsoft announced significant updates to the Windows Azure platform. Most notably, they released new offerings around hosting websites and provisioning virtual machines. We will take a detailed look at these new features and discuss their context within the full suite of Azure services. At the end of this talk, you will have a general understanding of the different execution environments and their corresponding strengths and weaknesses.

Speaker

Josh Harrison is Director of .NET Solutions with Leading EDJE. For the past decade he has been working with organizations of all sizes to help them build custom software applications. He has written and given talks on a broad-range of Microsoft-related technology topics. Though recently his interest has been focused on the changing technologies that power the web. For more, check out his blog at http://www.JoshRHarrison.com.

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