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Topic Title: Native Orchestration of Microsoft Azure?
Topic Summary: Plans to support?
Created On: 03/28/2011 04:01 PM
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 03/28/2011 04:01 PM
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EricJones
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Are there plans to provide native support for automating Microsoft Azure (Windows and SQL) similar to Amazon AWS? Correspondingly, what other web services api based solutions will eventually be built into BPA?

I know that we can automate them indirectly using other built-in functions of BPA...but native manipulation is always cleaner and usually better :-)

 

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-Eric Jones
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 03/29/2011 09:30 AM
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Rick Johnson
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Hi Eric,

We are always looking to improve the product, especially when functionality is requested by those who use AutoMate to craft solutions for their business needs.

What are you currently doing in Azure and what about it would you like to see automated in a prospective action?

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