Using 32 bit (Legacy) DLL on Windows Azure

On Windows Azure (almost) everything is possible. You are not limited to just .NET applications. But alos Java, PHP, NodeJS and many more languages are very usable on the Windows Azure platform, Windows Azure Websites and Windows Azure Virtual Machine. The base of Windows Azure is a 64 bits Windows 2008 server park. But then you are also not limited to just 64 bits applications or dll’s. This is very handy, because now you don’t have to rewrite your ‘legacy’ software. Whether the legacy was written in a Microsoft language or something else, does not really matter. For a customer … Continue reading Using 32 bit (Legacy) DLL on Windows Azure