We worked with a local partner company who decided to implement their SaaS on Windows Azure and Silverlight. Cost control, performance and end-user performance analysis were some of their open questions before moving to Azure. We implement full end-to-end performance analysis for their Silverlight clients to analyze problems that happen on the Client, the Network or in the Application running on Windows Azure. They share their Best Practices on, e.g., making sure their SaaS Tenants don't cost more on Azure Resource than they actually pay for the SaaS Service.

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If you are moving to a public cloud platform such as Windows Azure or want to learn more about the best practices, then join us for the upcoming webinar on April 25th with Alexander Huber and Simon Opelt from software architects, and Daniel Kaar from dynaTrace Software.

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