Showing posts with label Windows Azure. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Windows Azure. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Windows Azure: New Distributed, Dedicated, High Performance Cache Service + More Cool Improvements

'm excited today to announce the preview release of the new Windows Azure Cache Service – our latest service addition to Windows Azure. The new Windows Azure Cache Service enables you to easily deploy dedicated, high performance, distributed caches that you can use from your Windows Azure applications to store data in-memory and dramatically improve their scalability and performance. The new Windows Azure Cache Service can be used by any type of Windows Azure application – including those hosted within Windows or Linux Virtual Machines, as well as those deployed as a Windows Azure Web Site and Windows Azure Cloud Services. Support for Windows Azure Mobile Services will also be enabled in the future. You can instantiate a dedicated instance of a Windows Azure Cache Service for each of your apps, or alternatively share a single Cache Service across multiple apps. This later scenario is particularly useful when you wish to partition your cloud backend solutions into multiple deployment units – now they can all easily share and work with the same cached data.


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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Windows Azure: General Availability of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

This morning we announced the general availability release of our Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) support for Windows Azure – including our new Virtual Machine and Virtual Network capabilities. This release is now live in production, backed by an enterprise SLA, supported by Microsoft Support, and is ready to use for production apps. If you don't already have a Windows Azure account, you can sign-up for a free trial and start using it today.


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