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SEMINAR REPORT
ON
“WINDOWS AZURE”

Submitted By
MANIKANT ROY

Under The Guidance Of
Prof. NishantPachpor
In Partial FulfilmentOf The Requirement Of
MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
(Semester – III)
2011-2012

DEPARTMENT OF MASTER IN COMPUTER APPLICATION
(UNDER FACULTY OF ENGINEERING),
SINHGAD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGY (LONAVALA).

CERTIFICATE
Mr. MANIKANT ROY of class MCA IInd Roll No: MS45 has given a seminar on “Windows Azure” with satisfactory work as prescribed by “University of Pune” in the academic year 2011-2012 in the Department of Master of Computer Application Place: Lonavala

Date: 10th September 2011

Seminar Guide HEAD OF DEPT. PRINCIPAL [Prof.NishantPachpor]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to all who have extended their full support and guidance for the timely completion for the Seminar presentation. Here I wish to express my sincere and deepest gratitude to my Principal for his constant help, inspiration and encouragement in the successful completion of Seminar.

I would like to thank my guide Prof. NISHANT PACHPOR for his sincere, selfless and unique guidance. I express my sincere thanks to the Staff Members of Master of Computer Application Department who have directly & indirectly extended their kind cooperation in the completion of my Seminar.

Last but not the least, I feel proud to express my deep gratitude to my Parents without whose blessings; the present work would never have been completed.

Place: Lonavala
Date: 10 September(Mr. Mani Kant Roy)

CONTENTS
Index
1) | Abstract| 5|
2) | Introduction| 6|
| a. Overview of Azure Services Platform| 6|
| b. Windows Azure| 7|
| c. .Net Services| 7|
| d. SQl Services| 7|
| e. Live Services| 7|
3)| Windows Azure | 8|
4)| .Net Services| 12|
5)| SQL Services| 15|
6)| Live Services| 19|
7)| Conclusion| 20|
8)| Bibliography| 21|
9)| Presentation Author| 22|

1) Abstract

Cloud computing is the next natural step in the evolution of on-demand information technology services and products. To a large extent cloud computing will be based on virtualized resources. The idea of cloud computing is based on a very fundamental principal of `reusability of IT capabilities`. The difference that cloud computing brings compared to traditional concepts of grid computing, distributed computing, utility computing, or autonomic computing‖ is to broaden horizons across organizational boundaries.

According to the IEEE Computer Society Cloud Computing is:
"A paradigm in which information is permanently stored in servers on the Internet and cached temporarily on clients that include desktops, Entertainment centers, table computers, notebooks, wall computers, handhelds, etc."

Though many cloud computing architectures and deployments are powered by grids, based on autonomic characteristics and consumed on the basis of utilities billing, the concept of a cloud is fairly distinct and complementary to the concepts of grid, SaaS, Utility Computing etc. In theory, cloud computing promises availability of all required hardware, software, platform, applications, infrastructure and storage with an ownership of just an internet connection.

People can access the information that they need from any device with an Internet connection including mobile and handheld phones—rather than being chained to the desktop. It also means lower costs, since there is no need to install software or hardware.‖

Cloud computing used to posting and sharing photos on orkut, instant messaging with friends maintaining and upgrading business technology

INTRODUCTION

a) Overview of...
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