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Windows Azure Step by Step

This is a good introduction to Azure.

View on amazon.co.uk: Windows Azure Step by Step (Step by Step Developer)

Building Cloud Apps with Windows Azure

Scott Guthrie needs no introduction to Microsoft developers, having developed ASP.NET with Mark Anders. As soon as I heard he had moved over to the cloud team I knew that Azure would come on in leaps and bounds, and so it has proved. This is not only a good book, at the time of writing the Kindle edition is FREE!

View on amazon.co.uk: Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure: Best Practices for DevOps, Data Storage, High Availability, and More (Developer Reference)

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