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Brief overview of the limits imposed on hosted services in Windows Azure is as follows:

Effective
before Dec. 10th 2009

Effective 
after Dec. 10th 2009

Effective
after Jan. 4th 2010

Token (CTP)

Token (CTP)

Token (non-billing country)

Paying subscription

Deployment Slots

2

2

2

2

Hosted Services

1

1

20

20

Roles per 
deployment

5

5

5

5

Instances per Role

2

2

no limit

no limit

VM CPU Cores

no limit

8

8

20

Storage Accounts

2

2

5

5

More Information: http://blog.toddysm.com/2010/01/windows-azure-role-instance-limits-explained.html

 

Amit

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