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Microsoft to rebrand 'Windows Azure' as 'Microsoft Azure'

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    Microsoft to rebrand 'Windows Azure' as 'Microsoft Azure'


    Microsoft will announce its rebranding of its "Windows Azure" cloud operating system to "Microsoft Azure," this week, according to a couple of tipsters of mine.

    The announcement is expected to happen tomorrow, March 25, and to take effect on April 3, the second day of Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco, said a couple of individuals who asked not to be identified, but who are familiar with Microsoft's plans.

    The rebranding makes sense, given Windows Azure isn't all about Windows. Azure customers can run Linux in virtual machines on the operating system. Azure users also can run Oracle databases and middleware, and use non-Windows-specific development tools, including Java, Ruby, PHP and Python
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    Read more at: Microsoft to rebrand 'Windows Azure' as 'Microsoft Azure' | ZDNet

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    I tried out Azure when it came out, it's pretty cool, I made several sites right on my PC, and sent them to my azure space. It was remarkably easy.
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