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In this 2 1/2 hour course you will learn about the Windows Azure Platform, Microsoft's set of cloud technologies and services. The course will focus on Azure Web Sites, Azure storage, cloud services and SQL Database - in addition to learning about these services you'll see demonstrations that will help you get started yourself.
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|Section 1: Introducing Windows Azure|
Microsoft's Platform for the CloudPreview
Overview of Windows AzurePreview
Getting Started with Windows Azure
|Section 2: Windows Azure Web Sites|
Introduction to Windows Azure Web Sites
Windows Azure Web Site Development
The Windows Azure Web Site Gallery
Windows Azure Web Sites Under the Hood
|Section 3: Windows Azure Storage|
Introduction to Windows Azure Storage
Windows Azure Blob Storage
Blob Storage Demo
Windows Azure Table Storage
Table Storage Demo
|Section 4: Windows Azure Cloud Services|
Introduction to Cloud Services
Deploying a Windows Azure Cloud Service
Advanced Cloud Services
|Section 5: Windows Azure SQL Database|
Introduction to SQL Database
Bill Lodin is a Senior Instructor with IT Mentors, a high-end, custom training and curriculum and development company. Bill has a diverse and well-rounded background in Microsoft programming as well as competitive technologies. His experience set includes C#, Java, HTML5 and mobile development with a special emphasis on cloud computing technologies. This background allows him to give an objective, real-world perspective about the practical application of programming technologies in the business environment. Bill’s real-world experience comes from his work on applications development projects in the financial services industry. Bill holds his MCSD certification as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from UCLA.