WordPress is one of the most popular Blogging Engines that not only allows you to create blog websites, it can also be used to create corporate as well as ecommerce sites with its oceans of plugins and extensibility. This post shows you a hassle-free way to spin up a scalable and optimized WordPress site in just minutes for Azure.
If you are working on an LAMP or WAMP application and want to host it on Azure , Azure websites is the fastest and most reliable way to host your application on Azure.
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.
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.
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.
Azure Websites("Websites") is great platform to host your Drupal Websites. This blog will walk you though migrating, configuring,optimizing and best practices for running Drupal CMS sites on Azure Websites.
Azure App Service Web Apps provides a scalable, secure and easy to use environment for production grade WordPress sites. This blog post will walk you through creating, configuring and optimizing a…
Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) enables you to build highly scalable websites on Windows Azure. Here is an overview of the benefits of WAWS:
Efficient resource utilization: As your customer base…
WordPress 3.8, code named "Parker" in honor of Charlie Parker (bebop innovator) is now available in Windows Azure Website. If you haven't upgraded to 3.8 yet, I recommend that you do. Here is my…
Are you looking to improve the performance of you WordPress website running on Azure websites service? If yes, then what you need is a cache to help speed up your website. If you website gets heavy…