"The cloud" is internet-based computing where resources, software and information are shared on various devices and computers as if they were hardwired. The future of computing, the cloud is always accessible works without the need to install software locally on your computer.
An introduction to Cloud computing
Preparing your environment for the Cloud
All about Office 365 including Infrastructure services, SharePoint 2010 online overview, SharePoint online development, Exchange online development and Lync online development
Working with Azure, including setting it up, establishing Azure, leveraging Blob storage, SQL Azure, programming and debugging.
Building various Azure applications.
Deciding when to use Azure and when to use Office 365
Hybrid solutions between Azure and Office 365
Part I An Introduction to Microsoft's Cloud
Chapter 1 Welcome to the Cloud
Chapter 2 Getting Your Environment Ready for Office 365
Part II Office 365
Chapter 3 Office 365 Identity Services
Chapter 4 Introducing SharePoint Online
Part III Developing Office 365
Chapter 5 SharePoint Online Development
Chapter 6 Exchange Online Development
Chapter 7 Lync Online Development
Part IV Working with Azure
Chapter 8 Setting up Azure
Chapter 9 Identity in Azure
Chapter 10 Leveraging Blob Storage
Part V Programming Azure
Chapter 11 SQL Azure
Chapter 12 An Azure Data market Overview
Chapter 13 Service Bus
Chapter 14 AppFabric: Access Control Service
Chapter 15 Azure Connect
Chapter 16 Azure Diagnostics and Debugging
Chapter 17 When to Use Azure Versus Office 365
Tom Rizzo is a senior director in the Office 365 team at Microsoft. Office 365 is comprised of Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Lync Online and Microsoft Office 2010.