In simple scenarios, you can use Process.Start to start exe processes on Windows Azure. If you want a scalable solution, you can take Alan's approach, which allows you to render a single scene using multiple worker role instances at the same time.
Please note Windows Azure cloud machines are virtual machines. They don't have graphic cards. So it is needed to use CPU to render everything. A common scenario is to use a cloud service to generate complex images and videos, store them somewhere, and allow
clients to download the files later (or view on a web site). The process is usually slow, so a load balanced solution may be needed. If you want the client to see feedback immediately, it is recommended to use a client side application that takes advantage
Marked As Answer byOwen RansenMonday, September 24, 2012 10:08 AM