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  • Blog Post: Great Azure Web Sites Articles in MSDN Magazine

    As a follow-up to our recent post featuring the MSDN Magazine on scaling Azure Web Sites, here are some additional articles recently made available that can help you as you develop and deploy your application in Azure Web Sites. Architect for the Cloud Using Azure Web Sites Sometimes bad things happen...
  • Blog Post: Scaling Your Web Application with Azure Web Sites

    Yochay Kiriaty, one of our program managers in Azure Web Sites, recently wrote an excellent article for MSDN Magazine that outlines how to design, implement and configure applications for scaling in the cloud. If you are hosting an application in Azure Web Sites (or if you plan to at some point in the...
  • Blog Post: Get the Outgoing IP address of your Azure Web Site

    There are numerous reasons you might want an Azure Web Site outgoing IP address. For example, you need to configure a firewall to allow a request to connect to your internal systems or you want to add it to a white list. The way I do this is by: Create an HTTP request using WebRequest Execute...
  • Blog Post: Transform your Microsoft Azure Web Site

    Microsoft Azure Web Sites is a multi-tenant hosting environment. An IIS applicationhost.config is generated by runtime for each Azure Web Site. This applicationhost.config contains well optimized default settings which is good for most scenarios. In some specific scenarios, you may want to change the...
  • Blog Post: How to Run a Continuous WebJob as a Singleton

    If your Azure Web Sites site is running on multiple instances and you create a new continuous WebJob, the WebJob will run on all instances by default. (Note that a triggered WebJob will run on just one instance selected at random.) You may want your continuous WebJob to run on only one instance. You...
  • Blog Post: Using Azure Traffic Manager with Azure Web Sites

    Editor’s note: Many thanks to the Azure Web Sites product team for contributing to and reviewing the content in this post. Azure Traffic Manager (ATM) is a DNS-based service for managing traffic to Azure services, and it’s recently been made available to Web Sites users. You can use ATM to: Route visitors...
  • Blog Post: Three Easy Steps to Add a Custom Domain to a WAWS Site

    After you create a website in Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS), you can open a browser and see your site by going to sitename .azurewebsites.net. That’s cool, but if you own a domain name, you might want to use it instead. You can do that in WAWS (assuming you are not running in Free mode) by adding your...
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