Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Now Available to MSDN subscribers on Windows Azure Portal

If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to work with Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Windows Azure but thought it was too complicated even with Azure's provisioning tools - Microsoft is making you an offer you might not be able to refuse.

Now - if you are an MSDN subscriber - you're only a few clicks away from easily working with Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 Windows Azure.

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Great news for MSDN

Great news for MSDN subscribers & developers to try out. We’ve been impressed with Azure’s performance and flexibility when it comes to VM provisioning.

In addition to 2013 R2, if you are running an older version of NAV and are interested in running a VM on Azure, you can take a look at this how-to post for automating a NAV VM Azure migration:

http://www.catapulterp.com/automate-dynamics-nav-azure-migration