Scott Guthrie announced the General Availability of Windows Azure IaaS features which includes both Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Azure Virtual Network. This was paired nicely by a post by Bill Hilf highlighting some customer experiences using Windows Azure Infrastructure Services.
It is my pleasure to announce the April 2013 release of the Windows Azure Training Kit.
In this release
There have been a number of improvements in this release alongside the refresh to the Infrastructure Services content including:
- New Presentation: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Android
- New Lab: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Android
- New Lab: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Windows Phone
- New Presentation: Introduction to Windows Azure HDInsight Service
- New Lab: Introduction to Windows Azure HDInsight
- Updated ITPro Content + Agenda
- Updated Presentations for new feature support Windows Azure Overview, Windows Azure Web Sites, Windows Azure Virtual Machines & Windows Azure Mobile Services.
- We have retired the IaaS content which was designed for VS2010 from the Offline Download
- The content is still available for download from the Windows Azure Training Kit Organization on GitHub