You can now have Oracle on windows Azure. Right now (effective
immediately) it is in preview which means it is the time for you to check it
out without shedding too many dollars.
This became possible as a result of a partnership between Oracle and
Microsoft. Customers can run Oracle supported software on: Windows Server
Hyper-V Windows Azure The following Oracle related items are available as
preview in Windows Azure image gallery: Popular Configurations of Oracle Java
Oracle Database Oracle WebLogic Server Oracle Linux Customers who have Oracle
license can run Oracle on Windows Azure (license mobility is OK)
Read more details here:
Start your trial here:
You can use Intel XDK together with Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC to
build the real time communication apps.
With Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC (Intel CS for WebRTC )it is
possible to build apps for real time communication over the web.
You need to use the Intel CS for WebRTC SDK built on top of W3C standard for
WebRTC. You can create apps for broadcast, peer-to-peer and apps for
To cater to the major OSs and HTML, the SDK is available in four versions one
Intel CS f... (more)
You got an invitation, and you figured out how to create a database. Now you
want to see some action. You want to look at database objects and populate
the databases with data you can work with. Here are two great tools that you
SQL Azure Manager and SQL Azure Migration Wizard are two great tools to work
with SQL Azure. SQL Azure Manager can be downloaded from
here. SQL Azure Migration Wizard
can be downloaded from
SQL Azure Manager takes your ... (more)
Microsoft pulls a fast one! Good showing Microsoft.
Project Natick is Microsoft's R&D feasibility project to explore, manufacture
and operate a underwater.
Hey, you don't look for cooling water, if you can take the salt out. How is
latency improved? Drop the datacenter in the nearest ocean or lake. Energy
efficiency is a no-brainer considering the environment the data center is in.
Bring in 3D manufacturing and you can have a data center manufactured and
deployed in no time at all, no need for expensive land acquisition, licenses,
Microsoft estimates they can d... (more)
Node-RED created in an IBM laboratory (UK) is a GUI for wiring up the
Internet of Things (IoT) built-on Node.JS.
It is possible that some of you have known, or used LabView. LabView is a
GUI for wiring up complex laboratory equipment like Voltage sources,
measuring instruments, automated relays, rf generators, lasers, robots etc.,
but Node-RED is some thing similar for IoT but lot more extensible
network-wise. Of course my knowledge of LabView is not current and you may
find more information from National Instruments.