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  • Slide Objectives:Explain the differences between traditional self-hosting and the three options of Windows Azure hosting.Notes:In a traditional environment you must manage the full stack. With Windows Azure you can choose a variety of options depending on your needs.
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how Windows Azure websites are simple, easy, and open.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain the three scale choices on Windows Azure Web Sites.Notes:Both free and shared are the same architecture. The only difference is that free has quotas where as with shared you can use and pay for as much resources as you choose. With reserved you isolate your application to your own virtual machines that you can use and pay for whatever resources you choose.
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how you can start with a small site hosted for free.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how you can scale your site to multiple shared instances.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how you can move to reserved instances for additional scale.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how you can scale up reserved instances to multiple instances as needed.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how you can host multiple sites that you own on a your reserved instances.Notes:
  • DemoLength: 10 minutesCreate Wordpress Blog in Web GalleryDownload Publish FileOpen in WebMatrixEdit ThemeSave/DeployShow site with changesRun locally Add theme -> Can we find an enterprise theme, team status or something similarDeploy to cloudShow running in cloud
  • Slide Objectives:Explain that Windows Azure Web Sites supports Classic ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, and Node.js out of the box and that you can also host any custom FastCGI handler.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how developers have a choice in publishing methods to Windows Azure Web Sites and that regardless of which method they choose publishing is fast and easy. You can even publish from a non-Windows machine using FTP or Git.Notes:
  • Slide Objectives:Explain how Windows Azure Web Sites is part of a large ecosystem of partners that allow developers to build rich and connected applications.Notes:


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  • 2. Aymeric WeinbachMVP Windows AzureBlog: http://www.zecloud.frTwitter : @aymericwLinkedIn : : :
  • 3. Multi-tenant. Daily quotasMulti-tenant. No quotasDedicated VMs. No quotas
  • 4. reserved
  • 5. reserved
  • 7. Supported Web Frameworks
  • 8. Supported Publishing Methods
  • 9. Windows Azure Web Sites
  • 10. Start SimpleGet started with 10 free web sitesCreate new sites in secondsEasily manage and scale your sitesAutomatic load balancing andshared storage across instancesScale out or up to reserved instancesfor improved performance and scale
  • 11. Code SmartUse ASP.NET, ASP, PHP, or Node.jsSQL Azure or MySQL databasesStart with open source appsDevelop with VS and WebMatrixSupports any Web development tool onany platform (Windows, OSX, Linux)
  • 12. Go LiveRapid deployment for quick iterationIntegrated source control with TeamFoundation Server (TFS) and GitBuilt-in monitoring of perf and usagedataQuick access to request logs, failedrequests diagnostics and diagnostics
  • 13. Application Scenarios
  • 14. Et n’oubliez pas, rejoignez-nousLe groupe Facebook twitter site www.zecloud.frLes Azure Camps Tout le code source produit lors des Azure Camps enlicence MS-PL