Windows Azure is a very popular technology and buzz word and with good reason. Cloud based applications will dramatically change the landscape of hosted applications and IT infrastructure while lowering costs and investment for companies. Kentico quickly recognized this emerging technology and modified their product to allow developers and companies to take advantage of this new hosting space and systems. This blog is a step-by-step process of deploying a Kentico site to Azure. I’ve also added in some tips and tricks I learned along the way to hopefully help you out. Deploying Kentico to Azure is a lengthy process so this blog is rather long as a result.
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I am ready to share some strategies for restoring a SQL Azure database to SQL Server 2012 now that the Internal Eroror has been corrected.
As a follow-up to my January Q&A, I have answered more of your questions on Kentico CMS and Windows Azure development.
My order here does not in any way signify importance, but you should be able to find the most important point for you in the list. It’s not difficult when you look at Office 365 to find multiple differentiators.
Could your business benefit from a scalable Microsoft Azure cloud solution?
RT @julwhite: Introducing Azure Event Grid – an event service for modern applications https://t.co/ADVNmxzJ9l @Azure #serverless
RT @Kentico: Get started on your #eshop 💸💸💸
Our new blog post shows you how: https://t.co/TTo4FiOVMU