The SQL Azure team have just announced in their blog post CTP1 of Microsoft® Project Code-Named “Houston” now available that their web based admin tool for SQL Azure (codenamed Houston) has just hit CTP release - you can hit it up on SLQ Azure Labs at https://manage.sqlazurelabs.com/. The great thing about this? Its up on the web so as long as you have access to a SQL Azure server you can connect up and start playing (I'm making strong allusions here to my Some thoughts on PivotViewer and SQL Azure blog post earlier this week - let's hope that PivotViewer is the next SQL Azure Labs release).
One problem with that of course, you probably don't have a SQL Azure server however I do have one that you can jump onto if you wish. If you recall my December 2009 blog post TwitterCache now hosted on SQL Azure you'll know that I have hosted Brent Ozar's twitter cache up on SQL Azure and if you want to connect up here are the credentials:
2012-06-07 Update: All good things must come to an end - I have now shutdown this server. I hope it was useful to some of you in the two and a half years that it has been available.