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Announcing the launch of “Cerebrata Cerulean” in Public Preview

It gives me immense pleasure to launch our latest product Cerebrata Cerulean in public preview. In this blog post I will talk about what this product is, about its features and our future roadmap with this product. What is Cerebrata

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Managing Azure Resource Manager Storage Accounts Through Azure Management Studio

Over this weekend we released a new version of Azure Management Studio (AMS). In this release we included support for managing Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Storage Accounts (One of most requested feature in AMS). This blog post talks about this

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Cerebrata Is Now Part of Cynapta Software

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Cynapta has acquired Cerebrata from Redgate. In the post, I will talk about who we are (to set the context) and what this acquisition means for you as a user of Cerebrata

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Cerebrata Is Now Part of Red Gate Software

When I founded Cerebrata in 2008, I had a vision of producing developer tools that would continually break new ground, backed by a company that really cares about the needs of its users. I think we’ve come a long way

Windows Azure SDK 1.5 and Empty Development Storage

Yesterday (14th September 2011) Windows Azure SDK 1.5 (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/windowsazure/archive/2011/09/14/just-announced-build-new-windows-azure-toolkit-for-windows-8-windows-azure-sdk-1-5-geo-replication-for-azure-storage-and-more.aspx) was announced with lots of new and important features. As you know that the development storage emulator which gets shipped with SDK makes use of a SQL Server database as storage

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