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  • Blog Post: Git on the cloud with Windows Azure

    Here are the four parts of the walkthrough I wrote about using a Linux virtual machine on Windows Azure for hosting a Git repository on the cloud: Introduction Provisionning a virtual machine on Windows Azure Setting up the server Configuring your client
  • Blog Post: Hosting Git on the Cloud with Windows Azure Virtual Machines (Part 4)

    In part 2 and part 3 , we have created a Virtual Machine running Linux though Windows Azure Virtual Machines, and we have setup a Git repository on the VM. We are now going to see how to clone the repository, and push back the changes. In this blog post, we will use TortoiseGit on Windows as a client...
  • Blog Post: Hosting Git on the Cloud with Windows Azure Virtual Machines (Part 3)

    In the previous post , we have seen how to create a Virtual Machine on Windows Azure running Linux (Ubuntu Server). We are now going to see how to setup Git on that machine. I will assume you are running Windows on your client machine. We will use Putty to connect to the Virtual Machine using...
  • Blog Post: Hosting Git on the Cloud with Windows Azure Virtual Machines (Part 2)

    In Part 1 , I gave an overview of the new Windows Azure Virtual Machines, and explained why it is very interesting to use it to host Git repositories. In this post, we will see how to provision the Virtual Machine on Windows Azure. First, log in into the Windows Azure management portal ( http:...
  • Blog Post: Hosting Git on the Cloud with Windows Azure Virtual Machines (Part 1)

    With the June release, we have announced a new feature for Windows Azure: persistent Virtual Machines . We already had a VM role, however it was not persistent, and at any time, the Windows Azure Fabric Controller could decide to reimage your Virtual Machine, and everything you would have installed on...
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