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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Web Sites: PHP, .user.ini and WAWS

    Happy New Year 2014 to all the readers!! Its been quite some time I wrote a blog post. I am back and today I will be writing a small post on the importance of .user.ini file w.r.t Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) As you know WAWS supports PHP framework. As of today it supports the following versions of...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Azure Web Sites: How to configure a custom domain

    By default when users create a website on MAWS they hostname would be <SITENAME>.azurewebsites.net . So when I create a website called Kaushalz then the hostname would be Kaushalz.azurewebsites.net . Microsoft Azure Web Sites allows user to configure custom domains as well. But this option is...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Web Sites: SSL Support and configuration

    Finally in the first week of June 2013, it has been announced that Windows Azure Web Sites will provide native support for SSL , which includes both SNI SSL and IP based SSL for custom web site domain names. This feature was one which took some time to be implemented and finally has been introduced....
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Web Sites: Reset your deployment credentials v/s Reset your Publish Profile Credentials.

    You might have seen this links on the DASHBOARD management page of the website hosted on WAWS, under the quick glance section: Reset your publish profile credentials Reset your deployment credentials There is both similarity and difference in what these 2 options provide and can be confusing at times...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Web Sites: Quick Start Management Page

    The QUICK START management page is seen right after the user selects one of the websites in the management page. As self descriptive it can get, the page provides quick access to important actions relating to creating a deployment of a site on to Windows Azure . This is also the default landing page...
  • Blog Post: Publishing from Dropbox to Windows Azure Web Sites

    Recently Dropbox was added to Windows Azure as yet another source control which could be used for publishing source code on to Windows Azure Web Sites . It makes the deployment task much simpler. Let's discuss this in detail here. Installing and Configuring Dropbox Go to http://www.dropbox.com...
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