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Inside Windows Azure, the Cloud Operating System with Mark Russinovich

Mark Russinovich, Technical Fellow on the Windows Azure team, explains how Azure continues to be developed as an OS for the data center including support for shared compute, disk and network resources and distributed application services.  He also covers SQL Server integration and process management, support for queuing, structured storage and SQL storage.

The following video was recorded May 19th at the Microsoft Tech-Ed held in Atlanta, GA and runs just over an hour.  It’s a great briefing on how Windows Azure is evolving to support configurable Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) architectures.  You can also download the slides from this session here Inside Windows Azure, the Cloud Operating System with no opt in from the Microsoft Channel 9 website.

Infographic of Cloud Computing Outlook 2011

Today Cloud.com, Zenoss and BitNami released the results of a recent survey to determine the key IT objectives and obstacles to cloud adoption.  The survey respondent base consisted of the development communities from BitNami, CloudStack and Zenoss Core, all open source projects, and included more than 500 IT professionals.  For an analysis of the results see Cloud Computing Survey Finds Scalability and Cost Savings Driving Cloud Adoption on CloudTweaks.com.  The following Infographic is based on the survey results.

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