Setting up Management (31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud–Part 8 of 31)

Today’s post for the 31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud Series comes from my colleague Brian Lewis and the post focuses on Setting up Management.  Moving a workload to Windows Azure absolutely does not mean a lack of management tools.  There are multiple ways to manage your workload in Windows Azure including…


Windows Azure Features Overview (31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud – Part 6 of 31)

As we journey through our 31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud Series, we’ve decided it makes sense to broaden the discussion for today’s post, to cover the broad set of features available inside of Windows Azure.  Yung Chou gives us a Windows Azure Features overview that discusses how this Cloud OS allows…


Move a local VM to the Cloud (31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud – Part 5 of 31)

The shift from primarily premise-based computing to leveraging the many assets that cloud computing offers has historically been rife with challenging and a somewhat disjointed reconfiguration of corporate applications.  My colleague Kevin Remde authors today’s installment of the 31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud Series where he outlines how easy it is…


31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud series for the IT Pro

During the month of January, my peers and I will be publishing a daily blog series on named the 31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud.  In this series we will cover the many facets and features of Windows Azure and the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) features of Windows Azure.  What is…