The Azure Accelerators Project

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The Azure Accelerators Project abstracts the common resource provisioning and configuration requirements of applications as independent XML definitions. It is an engine which orchestrates the startup, runtime and tear-down of applications hosted on the Windows Azure platform.

http://azureaccelerators.codeplex.com/

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