Andrew Connell

Series: SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure - About this Series

Over the next few posts I want to talk about a few different things related to integrating SharePoint 2010 & Windows Azure. Some of it are just opinions, musings and rants while others are more technical.

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    SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure - Why You Should Care & the Development Story

    This post is part of a series on integrating SharePoint 2010 & Windows Azure. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure Historically SharePoint has been very popular with large organizations because they can shoulder the financial and resource requirements required to deploy SharePoint. However one place where SharePoint hasn’t grown as fast is in the small and medium side business (SMB) area.
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    SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure - Breaking Out of the Sandbox

    This post is part of a series on integrating SharePoint 2010 & Windows Azure. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure While the sandbox gives developers an option to creating custom solutions in the cloud, the fact remains that it can be somewhat limiting. Some tasks developers are used to doing on the server in a fully trusted environment are simply not permitted on the server.
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    SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure - Resources

    This post is part of a series on integrating SharePoint 2010 & Windows Azure. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 + Windows Azure Looking for some good technical resources? Here are a handful of the ones I’ve found to be quite useful. Windows Azure Developer Center Free Course: Windows Azure Platform Training Course (by Microsoft DPE) Free Course: SharePoint 2010 and Windows Azure Training Course (by Microsoft DPE) Book: Programming Windows Azure: Programming in the Cloud Book: Developing Microsoft SharePoint Applications Using Windows Azure Book: Professional SharePoint 2010 Cloud-Based Solutions