Wely Lau

Wely is the first Windows Azure MVP in Southeast Asia and is currently working as “Cloud” Solutions Architect in the largest System Integrator in Singapore. Architecting cloud solutions, designing and developing cloud projects, and delivering cloud training are his daily activities as part of driving the adoption of Cloud Computing, specifically on Windows Azure platform. You can visit Wely's website at http://wely-lau.net.

16 July 2012
16 July 2012

An Independent Review of Explorer Tools for Windows Azure Blob Storage

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Windows Azure Blob Storage Windows Azure Storage is one of the core components in Windows Azure that offers a scalable, highly available, and competitively priced storage option. Amongst others abstractions in Azure Storage (Table Storage and Queue Storage), Blob Storage is perhaps the most widely-used service. Blob Storage allows us to store any unstructured text … Read more
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09 February 2012
09 February 2012

An Introduction to Windows Azure (Part 2)

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This is the second article of a two-part introduction to Windows Azure. The first part discussed the Windows Azure data centers and examined the core services that Windows Azure offers. This article explore additional services available as part of Windows Azure which enable customers to build richer, more powerful applications.… Read more
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19 January 2012
19 January 2012

An Introduction to Windows Azure (Part 1)

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Windows Azure is the Microsoft cloud computing platform which enables developers to quickly develop, deploy, and manage their applications hosted in a Microsoft data center. As a PAAS provider, Windows Azure not only takes care of the infrastructure, but will also help to manage higher level components including operating systems, runtimes, and middleware.… Read more
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13 January 2012
13 January 2012

Comparing IAAS and PAAS: A Developer’s Perspective

In the Cloud, services come in the form of Software (SaaS), Infrastructure (IaaS) and platform (PaaS). when moving a service to the cloud, IaaS and PaaS provide two different service models and provisioning steps of solutions. A PaaS providers has more responsibility for your solution than an IAAS provider. wherase an IaaS solutionmay offer more flexibility at lower level. Wely Lau explains.… Read more