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Microsoft Patterns & Practices Offers Guidance on Adopting Windows Azure

Looking for a deeper dive into the technical considerations for making a move to the cloud with Windows Azure — Microsoft patterns & practices has great books.

For those new, “The patterns & practices team consists of experienced architects, developers, writers, and testers. We work openly with the developer community and industry experts, on every project, to ensure that some of the best minds in the industry have contributed to and reviewed the guidance as it is being developed.”

You should check out these great books — just click on each title for more information:

Imagine a world where you don’t have to worry about authentication. Imagine instead that all requests to your application already include the information you need to make access control decisions and to personalize the application for the user.

This is the utopia of claims-based identity that this book describes. As you’ll see, claims provide an innovative approach for building applications that authenticate and authorize users.

A Guide to Claims-based Identity and Access Control

This book focuses on the migration scenario of a fictitious company called Adatum as it modifies its expense tracking and reimbursement system step-by-step so it can be deployed to Windows Azure.

Each chapter explores different considerations: authentication and authorization, data access, session management, deployment, development life cycle and cost analysis.

Moving Applications to the Cloud on the Microsoft Windows Azure Platform

This book demonstrates how you can create from scratch a multi-tenant, Software as-a-Service (SaaS) application to run in the cloud by using the latest versions of the Windows Azure tools and the latest features of Windows Azure.

Developing Applications for the Cloud on the Microsoft Windows Azure Platform

By combining Windows Phone 7 applications with remote services and applications that run in the cloud (such as those using Windows Azure), developers can create highly scalable, reliable, and powerful applications that extend the functionality beyond the traditional desktop or laptop; and into a truly portable and much more accessible environment.

Windows Phone 7 Developer Guide

[Via: Windows Azure]

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