Today Microsoft announced that Windows Azure Services on Windows Server are now available.
Microsoft is committed to delivering customers a consistent platform regardless of deployment location and calls this vision the Cloud OS. As part of this strategy, Microsoft is now enabling Hosting Service Providers to use Windows Server and System Center to deliver the same great experiences already found in Windows Azure. The first two of these finished services are high density website hosting and virtual machine provisioning and management. Hosting Service Providers enable these modules through the new Service Management API and optional portal, which will continue to add more services from Microsoft and 3rd party providers over time.
Get more information about the Windows Azure Services on Windows Server on the Microsoft Hosting homepage.Tags: Azure, Hosting, Hosting Provider, Hyper-V, Microsoft, Microsoft Hosting, Service Provider, System Center, System Center 2012, Windows Azure Services, Windows Server, Windows Server 2012 Last modified: January 10, 2013