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Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC Migration by Benjamin Perkins

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Chapter 6

Deploying an ASP.NET MVC 4 Project to Windows Azure

EXERCISES AND EXAMPLES

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • How to access Windows Azure
  • How to create the Window Azure Web Site and Cloud Service
  • How to add and connect a SQL database
  • How to deploy and test your code
  • Establishing a Team Foundation Server (TFS) connection and publishing the ASP.NET MVC 4 website
  • How to connect a Windows Azure Web Site to a GitHub code repository
  • Using FTP to publish an ASP.NET MVC 4 website

WROX.COM CODE DOWNLOADS FOR THIS CHAPTER

You can find the wrox.com code downloads for this chapter at www.wrox.com/go/azureaspmvcmigration on the Download Code tab. It is recommended that you download the code and review it so that you have a good understanding of what is about to be discussed.

Now that you understand many of the deployment options available on the Windows Azure platform, it is time to put your recently learned knowledge to work. By deploying source code and data structures to a Web Site or Cloud Service hosted on Windows Azure, users, customers, or visitors can access and use its features. If you have performed the exercises described in this book up to this point, you’ve created a website and a Cloud Service; however, they exist only on your development PC and only you can access them. For other people to view the site, you must deploy it to a server that’s publicly accessible. Once you complete this chapter, you’ll have a deeper understanding of what the different types of Windows Azure platform deployment ...

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