Kelley Blue Book Uses Technology to Expand Reach
Microsoft technology has served our purposes very well, enabling us to build a scalable, common infrastructure for delivering innovative products, reducing costs, and trimming time-to-market
The IHI Improvement Map is a Silverlight 3 based online tool that distills the best knowledge available on the key process improvements that will lead to better outcomes for patients. The tool makes it easy for hospitals to find, understand and adopt best practices.
Friday, Jan. 8 by Bob Familiar
Now that Windows Azure is released, many of you will be evaluating Microsoft’s cloud platform for both new development projects as well as targeting the Azure Platform for migration of existing .NET applications. THis article will review the port of a .NET application to Windows Azure, SQL Azure, REST Services and Blob storage.
The Interoperability Bridges and Labs Center is dedicated to technical collaborative work between Microsoft, customers, partners and open sources communities to improve interoperability between Microsoft and non-Microsoft technologies.
Monday, Jan. 11 by Bob Familiar
Check out this Channel 9 Azure-focused episode with Jim Zimmerman, CTO of Thuzi where he talks about building their Facebook application for Outback Steakhouse that was hosted in Windows Azure.
Monday, Jan. 11 by Jeff Barnes
Architecting an enterprise or web application for high performance, scale, and availability can be a challenge without an appropriate caching strategy. One approach is to leverage a distributed caching platform to support the needs of performance, scale, and availability. In this ARCast episode, Scott Hanselman and Joe Shirey discuss Microsoft's codename "Velocity" project and how it supports building out these types of applications as well as what architects and developers need to think about when implementing a distributed caching approach.
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