This recent PDC over the couple of days has tons of announcements to go a look forward from a Microsoft technologies point of view. One of the important announcement which I had the privilege to watch is the InterOp story esp around the Cloud Platform. At the PDC Keynote, we did see how WordPress was ported to make it work on Windows Azure. So I thought I will bring some of these interesting InterOp stories and resources you might love to go ahead and read.
Windows Azure SDK for Java™
The Windows Azure SDK for Java is an open source project that gives Java developers a speed dial to leverage the Windows Azure platform.
Windows Azure SDK for PHP
The Windows Azure SDK for PHP is an open source project that enables PHP developers to take advantage of the Windows Azure platform.
Windows Azure Tools for Eclipse
The Windows Azure Tools for Eclipse plug-in offers PHP developers a series of wizards and utilities allowing to write, debug, configure and deploy PHP applications to Windows Azure. The plug-in bundles the existing Windows Azure SDK for PHP into the Eclipse PHP project. The plug-in includes also a Window Azure storage explorer that allows developers to browse data contained into the Windows Azure tables, blobs or queues.
.NET Services SDK for Java™ Developers
This an interoperable open source SDK – set of libraries, tools, prescriptive patterns & guidance & real world sample applications that will enhance productivity for Java developers with Window Azure service bus and access control.
Ruby SDK for .NET Services
.NET Services for Ruby is an open source SDK that helps Ruby programs communicate with developers with Window Azure service bus and access control using plain HTTP.
.NET Services SDK for PHP Developers
This an interoperable open source SDK that enhances productivity for PHP developers with Window Azure service bus and access control. This is an interesting location to lookout if you are an PHP developer.
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