Windows Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing service, officially opened for business this week.

The software giant announced that the service, which has been in the works for three years, officially became available in 21 countries. “Starting today, customers and partners across the globe will be able to launch their Windows Azure and SQL Azure production applications and services with the support of the full service level agreements,” Microsoft announced in The Microsoft Blog.

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