Microsoft is Making a Play for MySQL Users

by Jonathan Allen on  Jan 19, 2010

Microsoft has released its first community tech preview for a MySQL to SQL Server migration tool. This tool supports SQL Server 2005, 2008, and Azure.

Azure Storage Options

by Jonathan Allen on  Dec 22, 2009

The Windows Azure Platform offers a wide range of storage options for unstructured, structured, and message style data. Deciding which option to use can be quite daunting, especially with the limitations of this new technology being so uncertain. This piece enumerates the storage options and discusses their basic capabilities and limitations relative to the other options available on the platform.

Free and Reduced Price Windows Azure Packages

by Jonathan Allen on  Dec 09, 2009

In order to spur adoption, Microsoft is offering free and reduced price packages for Windows Azure. All of these packages are available from February 1st thru June 30th­­, with January free to everyone using the North America data centers.

Quickly Migrate from SQL Server to SQL Azure

by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 22, 2009 1

In order to make migrating from SQL Server to SQL Azure easier, Microsoft is releasing a migration tool on CodePlex. The SQL Azure Migration Wizard will detect, and if possible, correct incompatibilities between SQL Server 2005/2008 and SQL Azure. In addition to generating scripts for deploying the migrated schema on SQL Azure, this tool will also allow you to migrate table data using BCP.

SQLAzureMW Migrates SQL Databases to SQL Azure

by Abel Avram on  Sep 03, 2009

The SQL Azure Migration Wizard (SQLAzureMW) is a CodePlex project and wizard that can be used to migrate SQL 2005 and SQL 2008 databases to SQL Azure.

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