Are you planning to migrate to Azure Websites? This blog post will give you the guidance to understand the Azure websites platform and guide your through the process of going live.
This post highlights the new features in a 0.4.0-beta preview of WebJobs SDK
WordPress is one of the most commonly used blogging engines and can be quite cumbersome to resolve issues when trying to set it up on Azure Websites. In this blog post, we have addressed some of common issues with WordPress and ways to resolve them.
New deployment features in Visual Studio for Azure WebJobs, and new getting started documentation for the Azure WebJobs SDK.
WordPress needs no introduction and is the fastest growing Open source CMS solution which allows you to quickly create dynamic website. The more plugins, content and customizations you add to your WordPress site, can start slowing your WordPress site. In this blog post we will showcase tips and tricks to speed up your WordPress site.
In a multi-tenant environment where customers share a number of IP addresses, it’s not uncommon to have malicious content on a site or two. In some case they may be result of compromise and in other cases this may be intentional.
My preferred method of deploying to an Azure Web Site is using git, partially because this is a feature I’ve been involved with from the beginning (it’s known as Kudu). However, in some cases, I just need to deploy a bunch of files from my local machine with minimal fuss, and using git is overkill. For these scenarios WebDeploy (aka msdeploy) really shines.
PDF generation using SQL reporting and support for loading PFX certificates in Azure Websites
Join Nir Mashkowski and Josh Twist, in this one off special of ‘Not Your Father’s’ that demonstrates just how easy it now is to securely solve your hybrid challenges.
When developing applications for a diverse and high-scale platform such as Azure Websites, there’s never such a thing as enough information, right? Indeed, our customers are always on the lookout for more information, guidance and examples of using Azure’s vast abilities to their advantage and this month, MSDN Magazine has decided to dedicate their issue (July 2014) to Azure Websites.