How To Get Started With Windows Azure Cloud

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Probably the greatest reason for developers to begin Azure cloud development is the ability to eliminate the requirement to purchase and update hardware and software throughout the lifecycle of the project, as well as long after the project is completed. Although there are many ways to get started, we will look at ASP.NET web app and Azure cloud development.

After installing the SDK, a developer should review the Getting a Subscription tutorial, as it takes them through the process of setting up the development environment for Windows Azure. Even without actually signing up for the Windows Azure service, one can download the software and tools, and begin the development process.

Probably the greatest reason for developers to begin Azure cloud development is the ability to eliminate the requirement to purchase and update hardware and software throughout the lifecycle of the project, as well as long after the project is completed. Although there are many ways to get started, we will look at ASP.NET web app and Azure cloud development.

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