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Michael Collier serves as a Principal Cloud Architect for Aditi, a Microsoft NSI partner that focuses on cloud computing. . He is honored to be one of the first Windows Azure MVPs awarded by Microsoft and is a 2012 Windows Azure MVP of the Year for his extraordinary community contributions. Michael has had a successful 12-year career at various consulting and technology firms where he was instrumental in leading and developing solutions for a wide range of clients. He has a vast amount of experience in helping companies determine the best strategy for adopting cloud computing, and providing the insight, and hands-on experience to ensure they’re successful. Michael is also a respected technology community leader, and can often be found sharing his Windows Azure insights and experiences at regional and national conferences. Follow Michael’s experiences with Windows Azure on his blog at www.michaelscollier.com and on Twitter at @MichaelCollier Michael is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 24 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

The Evolution of an Azure Web Application

03.23.2013
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Earlier this year I wrote a small article for developerFusion about using Windows Azure Web Sites, Cloud Services, and Virtual Machines. It is a fairly introductory article, but I think it shares some nice ideas on starting small with Web Sites and growing into something bigger and more architecturally complex by using Cloud Services or Virtual Machines.

I meant to post about it here when the article was published. But, crazy me, it slipped. Check out the article today at http://www.developerfusion.com/article/148148/the-evolution-of-a-azure-web-application/.

 

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