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If you’ve been following along with our “31 Days of Servers in the Cloud” series, you have already seen that it’s very simple to create servers in Windows Azure. But what you might not realize is just how easy it is to get those computers to see each other. Networking can be configured manually, but in today’s article in our series, Matt Hester shows you how easy it is to let Windows Azure do the work of networking your computers.
READ HIS ARTICLE HERE
Have you been following along and creating your virtual machines in Windows Azure? Give me your questions or feedback in the comments. And check back tomorrow for my first article in the series, where I show you how to easily move your own locally created virtual machine into Windows Azure.