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  • Why do #Cloud Strategies fail? Applicable to #WindowsAzure, #AWS or #PrivateCloud

    Introduction Lately I’ve been doing a lot of Cloud Strategies for different company sizes, from small to Large Enterprises with multi-billion dollar revenue. By doing that I’ve found a lot of common mistakes which make the Cloud Strategies to fail and in some cases “badly”. Due to this I decided to write a bit about what I think are some of the important reasons for those failures so it the “ride to the cloud can become smoother”. Common Cloud Strategy Mistakes So here’s a small list of some of the
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Mar 10 2014
    Filed under: Architecture, Cloud Computing, Windows Azure
  • #WindowsAzure Express Routing and the importance for Enterprises

    Windows Azure just released a new set of features and updates as it was published by Scott Guthrie on his blog post “Azure: ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking, Web Site Backup Restore, Mobile Services .NET support, Hadoop 2.2, and more” . From this announcement I would like to start focusing on the ExpressRoute Dedicated Networking features. For a lot of years now I’ve been working with enterprises and helping them to become more agile, increase revenue, reduce costs, and so on and of course for about
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Feb 24 2014
    Filed under: Architecture, Windows Azure, MPLS, Windows Azure Virtual Network
  • Windows Azure Storage Performance Best Practices

    Windows Azure storage is a very important part of Windows Azure and most applications leverage it for several different things from storing files in blobs, data in tables or even message in queues. Those are all very interesting services provided by Windows Azure but there are some performance best practices you can use in order to make your solutions even better. In order to help you do this and speed your learning process I decided to share some of the best practices you can use in order to achieve
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Wed, Nov 20 2013
    Filed under: Windows Azure, Windows Azure Storage, Best Practices
  • Lessons Learned Building Secure and Compliant solutions in Windows Azure

    In July I  decided to create a series of 3 posts about this topic. Those 3 posts are be: Introduction to Windows Azure Security Introduction to Windows Azure Compliance Lessons Learned Building Secure and Compliant solutions in Windows Azure In this post I’ll be focusing on the last part, which are the lessons learned. Quick Concepts When we think about compliance and security there are two concepts we need to consider and master. Those concepts are Data in Transit and Data at Rest. But what
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Wed, Sep 11 2013
    Filed under: Architecture, Patterns, Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Service Platform, Security, Windows Azure Virtual Machines, Best Practices, Compliance
  • Introduction to Windows Azure Compliance

    In July I  decided to create a series of 3 posts about this topic. Those 3 posts are be: Introduction to Windows Azure Security Introduction to Windows Azure Compliance Lessons Learned Building Secure and Compliant solutions in Windows Azure In this post I’ll be focusing on the Windows Azure compliance part. Introduction to Windows Azure Compliance Compliance is extremely important when moving/building solutions to the cloud for two main reasons. First because it will provide us with with an
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Sep 9 2013
    Filed under: Architecture, Patterns, Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Service Platform, Security, Windows Azure Virtual Machines, Best Practices, Compliance
  • Introduction to Windows Azure Security

    Last Monday I presented on Windows Azure UK User Group a session about “Windows Azure Security & Compliance”. During that session I spoke about the base security elements that Windows Azure provides from an infrastructure standpoint and how important is to implement security also in our applications. In order to pass this information to a broader audience I decided to create a series of 3 posts about this topic. Those 3 posts will be: Introduction to Windows Azure Security Introduction to Windows
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Jul 15 2013
    Filed under: Architecture, Patterns, Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Service Platform, Security, Windows Azure Virtual Machines, Best Practices, Compliance
  • Lessons Learned: Taking the best out of Windows Azure Virtual Machines

    Introduction Now that Windows Azure IaaS offerings are out and made GA a lot of new workloads can be enabled with Windows Azure. Workloads like, SQL Server, SharePoint, System Center 2012, Server Roles like AD, ADFS DNS and so on, and even Team Foundation Server. More of the supported list of server software that is currently supported in Windows Azure Virtual Machines can be found here . But knowing what we can leverage in the Cloud isn’t enough, every features has its tricks in order to take the
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Apr 22 2013
    Filed under: Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Service Platform, Windows Azure Virtual Machines, Best Practices
  • How to make Windows Azure as an Extension of On-Premises Data Center - Windows Azure Virtual Networks - Part 1

    Now with Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks a lot more capabilities are available to be able to look at Windows Azure not as a 'yet another platform' and not your network, but really think of it as a real extension of your On-Premises Data Center. Of course that this always depends on the type of company we are talking about, since if we talk with Enterprises this is a MUST-HAVE because they have a lot of investments still in the On-Premises world and some that aren't
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • March 2013 Windows Azure Speaking Engagements

    been doing a lot of work in Windows Azure both on the PaaS and IaaS world and since we’re entering the typical time where the Cloud Events start to happen, I’d like to share where you guys can see me talking about Windows Azure. The events I’m currently speaking are: DevWeek 2013 ( http://www.devweek.com/ and http://www.devweek.com/speakers/ ) March 5th - SQL Azure overview – how to develop and manage it ( http://www.devweek.com/sessions/conference1.asp ) · In this session we will be looking at an
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Mon, Feb 11 2013
    Filed under: Microsoft, Architecture, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Virtual Machines
  • Scheduler in Windows Azure

    Windows Azure has been growing significantly and adding more and more services, but something that has always missed has been a Windows Azure Scheduler service. The windows azure just release one version of it that seems to have potential but still in very early stages. Recently Aditi Product Services created their first Windows Azure Service available in the Windows Azure Store, and this new service is actually a Cloud Based CRON Scheduler. This new service basically allows the user to create schedule
    Posted to Nuno Filipe Godinho (Weblog) by NunoGodinho on Tue, Feb 5 2013
    Filed under: Architecture, Cloud Computing, Windows Azure, Windows Azure Service Platform, Windows Azure Storage, Windows Azure Store
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