Microsoft: Building applications with Azure and Azure Stack
Building and deploying a hybrid cloud platform for your applications will make it easier for you and your business to build new applications that will add to the business’s topline. We continue to make progress on bringing Azure Stack to market and announced the third Technical Preview yesterday. We know many customers are eager to get started building solutions and applications for Azure and Azure Stack. We’ve put together a few tools and resources that can help them begin their work on Azure Stack now, so that they can be ready when Azure Stack is generally available later this year. In this blog post, We’re going to walk through the flow at a high level and provide some links to resources for anyone who wants to get going. Generally speaking, you need to: 1) get access to Azure; 2) Setup Azure Stack; 3) Get tools and configure policies in Azure; and 4) Start working.
Get into Azure
If you’re not already using Azure, the first thing to do is to sign up for an Azure Subscription. There are some nice benefits through the link that can get you going on up to 14 virtual machines, 40 SQL databases, or 8 TBs of storage for a month. Additionally, if you are already a Visual Studio subscriber, you can activate your monthly Azure credit.
Read the entire article here, Building applications with Azure and Azure Stack – Hybrid Cloud Blog
via the fine folks at Microsoft.