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Thirty-One Days of Servers in the Cloud |The Complete Series

Watch this post for the full list of articles in our series.

VMs up, up, and away!If you’re interested in the full list of articles in our “31 Days of Servers in the Cloud” Windows Azure Virtual Machines and IaaS series…

“I’m interested in the links to the full series, Kevin.”

I was just getting to that.  Anyway… here it is.  ENJOY!

And in case you haven’t had a chance to try out Windows Azure, CLICK HERE to start your 90 day free trial.

Part Article
1 Windows Azure IaaS and You
2 Building Free Lab VMs in the Microsoft Cloud
3 Supported Virtual Machine Operating Systems in the Microsoft Cloud
4 Servers Talking in the Cloud
5 Move a local VM to the Cloud
6 Windows Azure Features Overview
7 Step-by-Step: Build a FREE SharePoint 2013 Lab in the Cloud with Windows Azure
8 Setting up Management
9 Windows Azure and Virtual Networking–What it is
10 Windows Azure and Virtual Networking – Getting Started–Step–by-Step
11 Step-by-Step: Running FREE Linux Virtual Machines in the Cloud with Windows Azure
12 Step-by-Step: Connecting System Center 2012 App Controller to Windows Azure
13 Creating Azure Virtual Machines with App Controller
14 How to Create an Azure VM with PowerShell
15 What Does Windows Azure Cloud Computing REALLY Cost + How to SAVE
16 Consider This, Reasons for Using Windows Azure IaaS
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“Hey Kevin.. How come the list isn’t complete?”

Because the month isn’t over yet.  Keep watching my blog every day for the latest article.

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