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To sign up for Windows Azure and obtain credentials.
Before you create a RightScale account and start launching instances using the RightScale Dashboard, you must first have valid Windows Azure credentials. You can either sign up for a new Windows Azure account or use existing Azure credentials. This tutorial assumes that you are creating a new Windows Azure account.
The first step is to sign up for Windows Azure. If you already have an Windows Azure account, you can sign in using your existing Windows Azure account or you can create a new account.
In order for RightScale to control your Windows Azure subscription and assets, you must first create security credentials.
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