Windows Azure WebsitesHands on Lab ManualAuthor: Arunkumar Palanisamy [Technical Lead]Co-Writer: Uma Maheswari P [Software...
Windows Azure Websites1Step 1: Go to https://manage.windowsazure.com/ and enter your credentials.Step 2: Select the Websit...
Windows Azure Websites2Step 3: Click “COMPUTE  WEB SITE QUICK CREATE”.Step 4: Enter the URL for the website. (eg:TestAzu...
Windows Azure Websites3Step 5: Click “CREATE WEB SITE” button in the bottom of the page.Step 6: Website created and shows ...
Windows Azure Websites4Click “Arrow button ()” in right-side of your site name.Step 7: Click “Download the publish profil...
Windows Azure Websites5(OR)Click “Set up deployment credentials” and enter new credentials for publish website.Step 8: Ope...
Windows Azure Websites6Step 9: In Visual Studio, right-click the project in Solution Explorer and select Publish from thec...
Windows Azure Websites7Step 10: In the Profile tab of the Publish Web wizard, click Import.Step 11: Select the .publishset...
Windows Azure Websites8Step 12: In the Connection tab, click Validate Connection to make sure that the settings arecorrect...
Windows Azure Websites9Step 13: Then Click “Next” button.Step 14: Then Click “Next” button.
Windows Azure Websites10Step 15: Click “Publish” button.Step 16: Upon successful deployment, the default browser automatic...
Windows Azure Websites11The application you created is now running in the cloud.Step 17: In the web browser, open the Wind...
Windows Azure Websites12Step 18: Click under Quick glance in the Dashboard tab.
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  1. 1. Windows Azure WebsitesHands on Lab ManualAuthor: Arunkumar Palanisamy [Technical Lead]Co-Writer: Uma Maheswari P [Software Engineer]Aditi Technologies Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore
  2. 2. Windows Azure Websites1Step 1: Go to https://manage.windowsazure.com/ and enter your credentials.Step 2: Select the Websites Tab in from the right hand side menu then Click “New” buttonin the bottom of the page.
  3. 3. Windows Azure Websites2Step 3: Click “COMPUTE  WEB SITE QUICK CREATE”.Step 4: Enter the URL for the website. (eg:TestAzure) which is followed byazurewebsites.net and select the preferred Region where the portal could be hosted.
  4. 4. Windows Azure Websites3Step 5: Click “CREATE WEB SITE” button in the bottom of the page.Step 6: Website created and shows your website details under Websites tab.
  5. 5. Windows Azure Websites4Click “Arrow button ()” in right-side of your site name.Step 7: Click “Download the publish profile” and “Save” that file to publish the website
  6. 6. Windows Azure Websites5(OR)Click “Set up deployment credentials” and enter new credentials for publish website.Step 8: Open Visual Studio then Click New Web Site  ASP.NET Web Site
  7. 7. Windows Azure Websites6Step 9: In Visual Studio, right-click the project in Solution Explorer and select Publish from thecontext menu.
  8. 8. Windows Azure Websites7Step 10: In the Profile tab of the Publish Web wizard, click Import.Step 11: Select the .publishsettings file you downloaded earlier, and then click Open.
  9. 9. Windows Azure Websites8Step 12: In the Connection tab, click Validate Connection to make sure that the settings arecorrect. When the connection has been validated, a green check mark is shown next to theValidate Connection button. Click Next.
  10. 10. Windows Azure Websites9Step 13: Then Click “Next” button.Step 14: Then Click “Next” button.
  11. 11. Windows Azure Websites10Step 15: Click “Publish” button.Step 16: Upon successful deployment, the default browser automatically opens to the URLof the deployed web site.
  12. 12. Windows Azure Websites11The application you created is now running in the cloud.Step 17: In the web browser, open the Windows Azure Management Portal.In the Web Sites tab, click the name of the site you created earlier.
  13. 13. Windows Azure Websites12Step 18: Click under Quick glance in the Dashboard tab.

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