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Windows Azure ApplicationsFrom Construction through Deployment<br />Sumit Chawla<br />Senior Program Manager<br />Interope...
Agenda<br />Deploying your solution to Windows Azure<br />Build Web Application<br />Migrate Web Application to Windows Az...
Objectives -  What are you leaving with?<br />
Part 1 - Developing and Running Application From the Local DevFabric<br />Development Workstation<br />The Cloud<br />DevF...
Part 2 - Deploy A Web ApplicationFrom DevFabric to Windows Azure Staging<br />Development Workstation<br />Cloud Fabric<br...
Part 3 - Deploy A Web ApplicationFrom Windows Azure Staging to Production<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Production<br />Staging<b...
Demo<br />
Part 4 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith SQL Server From the Local DevFabric<br />Development Workstation<br />The ...
Part 5 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith SQL Server From the Local DevFabric<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Wor...
Part 5 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith Windows Azure and SQL Azure<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation...
Part 6 – Deploying ApplicationsWith Windows Azure and SQL Azure<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Produc...
Demo<br />
Part 7 - Deploying Updates To Applications<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Web App<br ...
Part 8 - Revising Application Configuration<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Config<br ...
Demo<br />
More InformationStuff We Wanted To Talk About But Didn’t Have Time For…<br />Kerner, Mathew.  “Windows Azure Diagnostics, ...
Q & A<br />
Open Platform<br />
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Azure Deployment(Seattle)

Going Live with your Azure Solution

Windows Azure features a powerful, yet simple deployment model. By focusing on your application and abstracting away the infrastructure details, you can deploy almost any app with minimal fuss. In this session, we’ll walk you through the basics of Windows Azure deployment, including site monitoring, diagnostics and performance issues.



Highlights include:

· Start-to-Finish Visual Studio demonstration of a realistic XML data driven business web site from the desktop to the cloud.

· Windows Azure Deployments

· Start-to-Finish Visual Studio demonstration of a realistic SQL Server data driven business web site from the desktop to the cloud.

· Configuration of your application in the cloud

· Guidance and Suggestions to ensure your success

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Azure Deployment(Seattle)

  1. 1. Windows Azure ApplicationsFrom Construction through Deployment<br />Sumit Chawla<br />Senior Program Manager<br />Interoperability@Microsoft<br />http://blogs.msdn.com/interoperability<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Deploying your solution to Windows Azure<br />Build Web Application<br />Migrate Web Application to Windows Azure<br />Deploy to the Cloud<br />Migrate Database to SQL Server<br />Migrate SQL Database to SQL Azure<br />Deploy SQL Azure Database<br />Migrate Web Application to the Cloud<br />Repeat with Eclipse: <br /> Develop & Deploy a PHP application<br />
  3. 3. Objectives - What are you leaving with?<br />
  4. 4. Part 1 - Developing and Running Application From the Local DevFabric<br />Development Workstation<br />The Cloud<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />
  5. 5. Part 2 - Deploy A Web ApplicationFrom DevFabric to Windows Azure Staging<br />Development Workstation<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Production<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />
  6. 6. Part 3 - Deploy A Web ApplicationFrom Windows Azure Staging to Production<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Production<br />Staging<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />
  7. 7. Demo<br />
  8. 8. Part 4 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith SQL Server From the Local DevFabric<br />Development Workstation<br />The Cloud<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />SQL Database<br />
  9. 9. Part 5 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith SQL Server From the Local DevFabric<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Azure<br />
  10. 10. Part 5 - Developing and Running ApplicationWith Windows Azure and SQL Azure<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Web App<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />SQL Database<br />Web App<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Azure<br />
  11. 11. Part 6 – Deploying ApplicationsWith Windows Azure and SQL Azure<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Web App<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />SQL Database<br />Web App<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Azure<br />
  12. 12. Demo<br />
  13. 13. Part 7 - Deploying Updates To Applications<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Web App<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />Web App<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Azure<br />SQL Database<br />
  14. 14. Part 8 - Revising Application Configuration<br />Cloud Fabric<br />Development Workstation<br />Production<br />Config<br />Web App<br />DevFabric<br />Web App<br />Web App<br />Staging<br />Web App<br />SQL Database<br />SQL Azure<br />SQL Database<br />
  15. 15. Demo<br />
  16. 16. More InformationStuff We Wanted To Talk About But Didn’t Have Time For…<br />Kerner, Mathew. “Windows Azure Diagnostics, Logging and Monitoring in the Cloud.” Microsoft PDC. 2009. http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/SVC15<br />AppFabric<br />Smith, Justin. “REST Services Security Using the Access Control Service”. Microsoft PDC. 2009 http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/SVC19<br />Interoperability<br /> - Java, PHP, Ruby SDKs for Windows Azure Platform<br />http://www.azure.com/interoperability<br />
  17. 17. Q & A<br />
  18. 18. Open Platform<br />

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