2012年5月5日 上午 01:30I have a old 2 tier client/server accounting application that runs our business. The application uses flat files as a database rather than SQL. I haven't been locate any information that suggest that this application could run on Azure. This a COTS application, so their can't be any porting to user the features of Azure. The question I have is 'can this 1st generation client server app run on Azure without modification?
2012年5月5日 上午 11:03
Moving apps to the cloud always need some modification around sessions, file handling and other stuff.
Almost nothing can be moved to the windows azure without modification.
You can modify this app and you don't what to or you are unable to modify it?
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2012年5月7日 上午 02:29版主
The " 2 tier client/server accounting application" is that mean your COTS application is desktop applicatin? For desktop application, the recommended way is presist client-side application and migrate computing and storage function on Windows Azure, for example, use SQL Azure to manage data, and publish a service to handle something.
Hope this helps.
- 已標示為解答 Arwind - MSFTModerator 2012年5月11日 上午 08:25