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Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications
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Using Windows Live Services in Your Own Web Applications

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Come learn how to build next generation Web applications that take advantage of Windows Live services. Learn how leading Web sites are using Windows Live to bring more compelling user experiences to …

Come learn how to build next generation Web applications that take advantage of Windows Live services. Learn how leading Web sites are using Windows Live to bring more compelling user experiences to market at lower cost and more quickly than ever.

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  • 1. Brian Arbogast Vice President Windows Live Platform Microsoft Corporation
  • 2. DSL Cable WiFi 3G/4G Cellular
  • 3. 12 Ways to Limit an API http://blog.programmableweb.com/2007/04/02/12-ways-to-limit-an-api/ Will APIs change? The vast majority of the over 400 open APIs listed here have imposed some limitations on how much they can be used, certainly in the free use model. Will the service provider stay in business over the long I regret to inform you that SalesCentrix.com Inc. is closing its doors. Friday, April 13, 2007 term? Geoff Danzig President & CEO SalesCentrix.com Inc As of today, AccountDynamics, the integration solution for Salesforce and QuickBooks, is no longer Can they scale? Geo Scale? being sold or supported. The service will remain available to existing AccountDynamics customers until May 31, 2007. Will the Terms of Use Google Deprecates Their SOAP Search API Mon Dec 12 2006 O’Reilly Radar change? In an odd move Google has quietly deprecated their Search SOAP API, will no longer be issuing keys, and have removed the SDK from their site. They did not even issue a blog post about it. Can you get service-level commitments from platform Can Web 2.0 Mashups Survive When Lawyers Show Up? Amazon Sues Alexaholic/Statsaholic providers? Thu Apr 19 2007 TechDirt When [Amazon] is going around and pitching itself as being an enabler of web 2.0 infrastructure, it seems like this lawsuit has the potential to be incredibly damaging to Amazon's credibility in the space.
  • 4. Easy to understand commercial terms of use Easy and predictable engagement model Globally scalable training, support, and infrastructure Transparent terms around costs and performance Multi-year service commitments and SLAs Consistent APIs
  • 5. Users are in control Easy for developers to make money! Any platform, browser, language, device Simple HTTP based APIs Straightforward licensing
  • 6. Simple and consistent terms of use Easy to understand business model Predictable model for service consumption Commitment to service level agreements, support and training as service leaves beta Commitment to deliver additional services over time with a more consistent experience
  • 7. Rich Media Mashups Social Enterprise Networking Apps First Party Applications 3rd Party Applications
  • 8. Add video, photos, contacts, maps and search to your site!! Silverlight Spaces Live Virtual Live Streaming Photo Contacts Earth Search
  • 9. Free to a limit Total size audience (UU’s) Free Usage Exchange of Value For Usage Extended Terms/SLA/Paid support optional - will be available to all Same technology available for commercial & non-commercial use
  • 10. 4 GB Free Unlimited use of Unlimited use of Free up to 3M Includes use of Storage Web Control Web Control map tiles/month Search Control and SOAP API Free unlimited API API >3M requires streaming for 1 additional Free up to 750k <1M uu/ <1M uu/ year up to agreement queries/month Month = Free Month = Free 700kbps >750k requires >1M uu/ >1M uu/ 10 minutes max additional Month = Ad Month = Ad video length agreement revenue revenue Free up to sharing or sharing or 1Million Pay 25¢/ Pay 25¢/ minutes/month at uu/year uu/year launch Silverlight Spaces Live Virtual Live Streaming Photos Contacts Earth Search
  • 11. Koji Kato Group Program Manager Windows Live Services
  • 12. Match.com – Browser based Anonymous IM and Presence Farrellsoft – Windows Live Contacts Zopa – Windows Live Contacts API Redfin – Virtual Earth Triphub – Virtual Earth MSNBC – Windows Live Contacts InfoNow – Virtual Earth
  • 13. Mike Presz Eddie Dombrower Sr. VP – New Initiatives Chief Technology Officer Match.com Match.com
  • 14. History Current size International What makes Match.com work?
  • 15. Windows OS/IIS Web Platform Microsoft .NET Development Environment SQL Server Database Deep Integration Significant platform size and scale
  • 16. Improve User Engagement New Communication Tool Conversion Impact Anonymous Environment Presence quot;Double Blindquot;
  • 17. Windows Live Platform Terms of Use Windows Live Platform Beta Availability A Glimpse of Future Service and Support Offerings
  • 18. Check out the other Windows Live sessions Get the latest Windows Live Platform details http://dev.live.com Start experimenting with Live in a Box Labs http://www.codeplex.com/liveinabox Join the Windows Live developer forums on MSDN http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN Talk to the Windows Live Platform team MIX07 Party tonight at PURE
  • 19. http://dev.live.com Date Time Session Location 4/30 1:00pm Open Mic: Custom domains and its direction! Sandbox 4/30 1:30pm Building a Real, Money-Making Business Application Delfino 4005 Using Virtual Earth 4/30 4:30pm The 30 Minute Social Application Lando 4204 8:00pm After Hours Mashup … get your hands dirty 4/30 Toscana 3701 5/1 8:30am Using Windows Live Services In Your Own Web Palazzo M Applications 5/1 10:15am Broaden Your Market With Windows Live Lando 4301A 5/1 10:15am Panel Discussion: Services on the Web: Build or Buy Delfino 4101A 5/1 11:45am Opening up Windows Live Data Lando 4204
  • 20. http://dev.live.com Date Time Session Location 5/1 1:00pm Open Mic: Get more users and make money with Sandbox Windows Live Gallery 5/1 2:15pm Creating a Domain Communication Experience on Delfino 4105 Windows Live 5/1 2:15pm Developing with Windows Live Spaces Delfino 4005 5/1 2:30pm Open Mic: Deep dive on Windows Live ID Sandbox 5/1 6:00pm Evening Event: MIX Party at PURE PURE
  • 21. © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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