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Tool-uri pentru Windows Azure

Total Cost Calculator
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/economics/
O aplicatie oferita de catre Microsoft pentru a ne ajuta sa estimam preturiile unei aplicatii in loud. Estimariile nu sunt foarte exacte, dar ne pot oferii o idee asupra preturiilor in prima faza. As fi vrut sa fie mai exacta si sa ne permita sa introduce in calculul final mai multe variabile, dar in versiunea actuala trebuie sa ne multumim doar cu atat.
Nota 8.

Azure Storage Explorer
http://azurestorageexplorer.codeplex.com/
O alta aplicatie foarte utila poate sa fie Azure Storage Explorer. Prin intermediul ei putem sa interogam si sa executam operatii CRUD pe table, blob si queues aflate in cloud sau de pe masina de test. Poate sa ne fie de foarte ajutor, mai ales in faza de debug sau de testare.
Nota 10.

Windows Azure Service Management CmdLets
http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/azurecmdlets
Ne permite sa facem deploy si sa controlam o aplicatie din cloud din linia de comanda. Putem sa scriem scripturi pe care apoi sa le rulam automat. Tot procesul de deploy poate sa fie automatizat si din cate am observat putem sa automatizam si modul in care scalam aplicatie. CmdLets ne permite sa cream( sau distruge) instante in cloud. Daca stim Power Shell putem sa generam scripturi care sa faca minuni.
Nota 10.

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