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Covers the basics of building a website to be hosted on Microsoft's Azure Platform. Lab and demo can be found on devrevival.com. …

Covers the basics of building a website to be hosted on Microsoft's Azure Platform. Lab and demo can be found on devrevival.com.

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  • New solution. One web role. Change web role name. simple literal. Add using, then do some normal html/asp.net, and add roleenvironment.isavailable.
  • Run the demo: C:WindowsAzurePlatformKitDemosHelloWindowsAzure
  • You can either deploy, and then come back to it later, or show screen shots (which will be ready shortly).
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    • 1. Websites in the Cloud
      Brian Blanchard – Chief Architect / CIO - HyperVize
    • 2. Web Roles
      In this session
      • What is a web role?
      • 3. What can we do with them?
      • 4. Basic role configuration.
      • 5. Local debugging.
    • What is the web role?
      A web role hosts an IIS based web site or service.
      • Supports HTTP and HTTPS and certificates
      • 6. Automatically load balanced by Azure
      • 7. Can be internal only, but usually public facing
      • 8. Runs on IIS7
      • 9. Usually runs an ASP.NET site.
    • DevFabric
      The DevFabric is a local simulation of the real fabric and fabric controller.
      • Based on 90% of the real fabric code
      • 10. Uses a local SQL instance to simulate storage
      • 11. Only way to debug your application
      • 12. Use the DevFabric UI to watch your processes
    • DevFabric Icon
    • 13. DevFabric UI
    • 14. DevStorage UI
    • 15. Are we running in the fabric?
    • 16. Hello cloud.
    • 17. Debugging locally
      You can debug locally just like a normal ASP.NET application.
      Full support for multiple instances.
    • 18. Debugging in the cloud?
      No. No debug for you.
    • 19. Looking at configuration.
      Configuration is handled by two files.
      ServiceDefinition.csdef
      ServiceConfiguration.cscfg
      Role Specific
      Service Specific
    • 20. Service Definition
    • 21. Service Configuration
    • 22. GUI
      Double click on Role Name in Azure Project
    • 23. Settings
    • 24. Certificates
    • 25. Endpoints
    • 26. Hello Cloud
      demo
    • 27. Deploying to the cloud
      We can deploy from the portal or from script
      VS builds two files.
      Encrypted package of your code
      Your config file
      You must create an Azure account, then a service, and then you deploy your code.
      Can take up to 20 minutes
      (which is better than six months)
    • 28. Deploying to the cloud
    • 29. Q & A