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San Diego: Connected Systems SIG meeting tomorrow (Jan 13 2009): Azure Services Platform....

If you're going to be in San Diego tomorrow evening, you may want to check out the San Diego .NET User Group Connected Systems SIG meeting. See you there!

 

Microsoft Azure Services Platform

Cloud computing represents the new wave of innovation that will significantly transform many aspects of computing as we know today. During this session, we will discuss Microsoft's outlook and strategy in moving towards cloud computing, providing the next-generation cloud-based platform for building services in the cloud. We will also discuss what cloud-based applications may look like, and how they need to be architected differently from today's on-premise enterprise applications in various scenarios. We will then discuss the enterprise-class components of the Microsoft Azure Services platform, with an overview of .NET Services, SQL Services, and Windows Azure.

 
Speaker: David Chou, Microsoft

David Chou is an architect in the developer & platform evangelism organization at Microsoft, tasked to collaborate with local organizations in the advanced and emerging areas in architecture such as enterprise architecture, SOA, Web 2.0, cloud computing, etc., and to support decision makers on defining technology adoption strategies. Drawing on experiences from his previous jobs at Accenture and Sun Microsystems, David enjoys helping customers create value from using objective and pragmatic approaches to define IT strategies and solution architectures.

 

Meeting will be at 6:30 (pizza at 6:00) at the Microsoft La Jolla office. Details at http://SanDiegoDotNet.com.

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