Posts tagged with continuous delivery

Sep 6 2013

Activate Windows Azure on your MSDN Subscription and win an Aston Martin

In this video and blog post I will show you in just a few steps how you can activate your Windows Azure benefits included in your MSDN Subscription to enable your personal private Dev/Test environment in the Cloud. Each month your credits are reset and you can just continue to use these included benefits as long as you subscribe to MSDN!

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Jun 26 2013

Deployment to Windows Azure Web Sites using Web Deploy

In this demo I will show how to use Web Deploy to publish my Windows Azure Web Site direct from Visual Studio to Windows Azure in a matter of seconds.

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Jun 26 2013

Using a local Git repository to publish to Windows Azure Web Sites

In this demo I will show how to use a local Git repository to publish my Windows Azure Web Site direct from Visual Studio to Windows Azure in a matter of seconds.

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Jun 26 2013

Continuous Delivery of a Windows Azure Web Site using Team Foundation Service

In this demo I will show how to achieve Continuous Delivery to a Windows Azure Web Site using the Team Foundation Service.

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Jun 26 2013

Continuously Deploying a Windows Azure Cloud Service using Team Foundation Service

In this demo I will show how you can achieve Continuous Delivery of a Windows Azure Cloud Service using Team Foundation Service.

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Jun 26 2013

Windows Azure Web Sites Demo Series

In a series of very short videos I will demonstrate many options how you can publish and manage web applications in the Cloud using Windows Azure Web Sites.

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Nov 30 2012

Continuous Delivery to Windows Azure Not Only Microsoft Style with TeamCity

Here is the write up on how to Use Git, GitHub and TeamCity to push-build-test your Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) and by means of Continuous Delivery (CD) to Windows Azure. We are also going to run TeamCity on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine (VM or WAVM).

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