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  • Blog Post: New Developer and Debugging Features for Azure WebJobs in Visual Studio

    With Visual Studio Update 3, the Web Tools Extensions team added a number of great features to make it easier for ASP.NET developers publishing web applications to Azure Websites to enable background processing using Azure WebJobs. Since the Update 3 release, Azure WebJobs has reached general availability...
  • Blog Post: Profile and Time your ASP.NET MVC app all the way to Azure

    Successful web app dev teams generally consider performance a requirement from the beginning,  not an afterthought. Performance should be considered in all phases of a project, from design and into production, including updates to the app. That's not to say you should try to optimize code before...
  • Blog Post: Announcing ASP.NET Session State Provider for Redis Preview Release

    Today, we are pleased to announce a preview release of ASP.NET Session State Provider for Redis. You can use it with your own Redis server or the newly announce Microsoft Azure Redis Cache (Preview) . What is Redis Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced key-value store. It is often referred...
  • Blog Post: Remote Debugging a Window Azure Web Site with Visual Studio 2013

    In the Azure SDK 2.2 we released remote debugging support for Windows Azure Cloud Services. You can read more about that release at Scott Guthrie’s blog post Windows Azure: Announcing release of Windows Azure SDK 2.2 (with lots of goodies) . You can find more info on Windows Azure Web Sites diagnostics...
  • Blog Post: Creating New Windows Azure Web Site from Visual Studio 2013 RC

    We are now making it easier to create a new Windows Azure Web Site from Visual Studio 2013 RC. This feature can be accessed from the Web Sites sub node under the Windows Azure node in Server Explorer . You would need to install Azure SDK 2.1 before you can use this feature. You can follow these steps...
  • Blog Post: Running ASP.NET MVC 3 Applications on Azure

    Microsoft recently released the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 1.4 (August 2011) update which includes a new ASP.NET MVC 3 Web Role project template which makes it easier to deploy an MVC 3 application to Azure. Let’s walk through this process end-to-end. Step 1 – Install the tools...
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