Kirk Evans is an Architect with the Windows Azure Modern Apps Center of Excellence at Microsoft and a Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2010. This blog focuses on building solutions using Microsoft Visual Studio and the .NET Framework.
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At the Build Conference 2014 Microsoft already announced a lot of new stuff for the whole Microsoft or IT ecosystem. There is absolutely no time to cover all the changes and announcements Microsoft has made in the past 2 days. So I will just focus on the things I care about. Prior to the Build Conference Microsoft announced that Windows Azure will be renamed to Microsoft Azure. This will show how Microsoft is not only building on top of the Windows platform, they also have opened up for other platforms an solutions a long time ago. One example for that maybe was the announcement of supporting Oracle Software in Microsoft Azure around a year ago. Mark Russinovich announced some great new changes to Microsoft Azure IaaS. You can now capture and deploy images, you can Puppet and Chef as well as PowerShell DSC support, to configure you server environment. An this is great for developers, some of the features will show up directly in Visual Studio. Microsoft also did some work on the
We unveiled several exciting updates to Microsoft Azure at the Build developer conference today, all consistent with Microsoft’s broader vision of helping developers innovate in a mobile-first, cloud-first world.
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