Just like on-premises applications, the availability for cloud applications needs to be carefully planned. In this blog post I’ll discuss different levels of availability for Windows Azure-hosted applications.

Ultimately the level of availability you choose needs to be a business decision that balances cost with your personal tolerance for the nines.

To guide us though this discussion, I’ll use a typical Windows Azure application as an example. The architecture of our sample application consists of three primary components: Windows Azure Compute Instances, Blob Storage Data, and SQL Azure Data. Read More…

Trying to figure and configure a vision for moving your applications to the cloud?

Getting good answers to common myths and misconceptions can kick-start the process for you and your team. This white paper (written by AIS’ CTO and industry expert Vishwas Lele) covers 20 of the most common and not-so-common objections in moving software applications to the cloud. It highlights the most recent and up-to-date advancements in cloud technology that address these concerns head-on. If you’re still on the fence about the cloud, click the link below to learn more.

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