Monthly Archives: May 2012

Cloud Design Patterns

Rightscale is a company that sells auto scaling software for multiple clouds, primarily Amazon Web Services.  They do not support Windows Azure as of yet. See below for an update on this. However, on their web site they have a … Continue reading

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A Cloud is a Cloud is a Cloud?

There is an interesting thread going on in LinkedIn: How would you rank the top 5 Cloud providers ?  Peoples answers are all over the map. Far be it for me to try and add clarity to a murky situation … Continue reading

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Building Cloud-Portable and Cloud-Burstable .NET Applications With Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services

Definitions Cloud-Burstable Applications are those built using an application deployment model in which an application runs in a private cloud or corporate data center and bursts into a public cloud (or clouds)  when the demand for computing or storage capacity … Continue reading

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