How to make Windows Azure as an Extension of On-Premises Data Center – Windows Azure Virtual Networks – Part 1

Now with Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks a lot more capabilities are available to be able to look at Windows Azure not as a ‘yet another platform’ and not your network, but really think of it as a real extension of your On-Premises Data Center. Of course that this always depends on the type of company we are talking about, since if we talk with Enterprises this is a MUST-HAVE because they have a lot of investments still in the On-Premises world and some that aren’t still ready, and might never be, for the Public Cloud, but if … Continue reading How to make Windows Azure as an Extension of On-Premises Data Center – Windows Azure Virtual Networks – Part 1

March 2013 Windows Azure Speaking Engagements

been doing a lot of work in Windows Azure both on the PaaS and IaaS world and since we’re entering the typical time where the Cloud Events start to happen, I’d like to share where you guys can see me talking about Windows Azure. The events I’m currently speaking are: DevWeek 2013 (http://www.devweek.com/ and http://www.devweek.com/speakers/) March 5th – SQL Azure overview – how to develop and manage it (http://www.devweek.com/sessions/conference1.asp) · In this session we will be looking at an overview of SQL Azure in terms of Architecture, Application Topologies that can be used and its Provisioning Model. We’ll also be … Continue reading March 2013 Windows Azure Speaking Engagements

Scheduler in Windows Azure

Windows Azure has been growing significantly and adding more and more services, but something that has always missed has been a Windows Azure Scheduler service. The windows azure just release one version of it that seems to have potential but still in very early stages. Recently Aditi Product Services created their first Windows Azure Service available in the Windows Azure Store, and this new service is actually a Cloud Based CRON Scheduler. This new service basically allows the user to create schedule tasks using a set of HTTP webhooks that run CRON schedules, being either simple or complex. You can … Continue reading Scheduler in Windows Azure

Back to Writing and Experiences Sharing

Hello everyone, I’ve completely stopped writing a while back and I really miss sharing my experiences  in this b#log, and so I’d like to inform everyone that I’m back on the writing part again and in order to make myself more compliant with writing I’ll make sure I’ll write at least once a week sharing all my crazy experiences and works around Windows Azure. Lately I’ve been working with a lot of different moving parts of Windows Azure like, IaaS, Media Services, Mobile Service, as well as BigData (HDInsight) and HPC and so a lot to share on those from … Continue reading Back to Writing and Experiences Sharing