Those who know me know that I like some tunes with my blog posts:
I will use WebDeploy, a local Git repository, GitHub, Team Foundation Service and Team City as different publication methods. Some of the demos simply show that you can quickly publish a Web Site when you are, for instance, working on it and want to share it with someone else for test – the dev/test scenario. Other demos take a few minutes to run through before the Web Site lands in Window Azure. They are not as fast but in return also run builds and Unit Tests before deploying the site. They will also offer you a really great version history support in Windows Azure so that you can if you want roll back to a previous version of your Web Site should you need to. I also have a few demos on features of Windows Azure Web Sites such as version history support and configuration management.
All my demos are available on in my YouTube Windows Azure playlist:
- Deployment to Windows Azure Web Sites using Web Deploy
- Using a local Git repository to publish to Windows Azure Web Sites
- Continuous Delivery of a Windows Azure Web Site using Team Foundation Service
- Continuous Delivery of a Windows Azure Web Site using a GitHub repository
- Override Windows Azure Web Sites web.config settings in the Windows Azure Portal
- Continuous Delivery of a Windows Azure Web Site using “not only Microsoft” technology
- Quickly swap Windows Azure Web Site version in the Portal with zero downtime
- Continuously Deploying a Windows Azure Cloud Service using Team Foundation Service (Yes they are supported too!)
In this demo I will show how to achieve Continuous Delivery to a Windows Azure Web Site integrated with GitHub.
Hope this very short video was of use to you when learning about Windows Azure!
You might also want to check out my TechEd North America talk on Windows Azure Continuous Delivery Zen:
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