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Ten Ways to Ensure Windows Azure-Based Applications Are Architected for Success

This whitepaper describes the top ten issues that arise when deploying to SQL Database and explains how to mitigate these issues.

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Douglas Chrsytall

United States United States
Douglas Chrystall currently heads up the Cloud Tool Division at Quest software. He oversees product strategies and development. Prior to joining Quest, Douglas was the founder of Imceda Software, the creator of the LiteSpeed backup and recovery solution that’s now part of Quest’s product portfolio. He was CEO of CIM a virtualization company, which was sold to Dell in 2009. He holds patents in database management technology and machine learning. Douglas has been a key contributor on advisory boards and sits on the board of several startup companies. Douglas is also a member of Microsoft Azure Executive Advisory Board.

Neil Mackenzie
Satory Global
United States United States
Neil Mackenzie is the Windows Azure Lead for Satory Global, where he helps companies migrate to Windows Azure, typically assessing architecture and conducting expert training. Neil’s deep expertise in Windows Azure earned him the status of Windows Azure MVP and was a major contributor to Satory being named Microsoft’s Azure Circle Partner of the Year for the West Region. Neil has been using Windows Azure since its public preview at PDC 2008 and since then, he authored the Microsoft Windows Azure Development Cookbook. He speaks frequently at user groups and in Windows Azure training sessions.
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Shay_Yannay

United States United States
Shay Yannay is a Windows Azure Domain Expert at Quest Software cloud tools division. He is experienced with designing and developing highly scalable, distributed 24x7 availability complex systems and specializes in performance management
& diagnostics of multi-tier applications. He is passionate about the cloud technologies and trends, specifically with Microsoft Windows Azure and he is a regular blogger at CodeProject and shayyannay.wordpress.com Shay holds a B.Sc in Communication Systems Engineering from the Ben-Gurion University.

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