Azure and Riviera


I spent another hour speaking to Microsoft’s Cloud ISV Team last night. Hopefully people are beginning to understand my view of the landscape. Not sure I’ll get a Redmond trip however😦 – unlike some people😉

Riviera uses Windows Workflow in Windows Azure. Last time I looked WF on Azure was fairly basic> Unfortunately the documentation for Riviera is basic, hence I suspect I need to download the source and have a look to understand if I can now do an RFQ via WF in Azure.

~ by mdavey on August 18, 2009.

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