How to deploy your MVC applications to a server.
This tutorial series shows how to make an ASP.NET web application that uses SQL Server (not SQL Server Compact) available over the internet by deploying it to a Windows Azure Web Site or a third-party hosting provider. Requires Visual Studio 2012 and the ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 Update, or Visual Studio 2010. For information specific to SQL Server Compact, see ASP.NET Web Deployment with SQL Server Compact using Visual Studio .
In this short walkthrough you create a simple MVC 4 application that uses Entity Framework Code First and a SQL Server database, then you deploy it to a Windows Azure Web Site and SQL Database. You can use Visual Studio 2012 RC or Visual Studio 2010 SP1.
This tutorial series shows how to make an ASP.NET web application that uses SQL Server Compact available over the internet by deploying it to a third-party hosting provider. Requires Visual Studio 2012 RC or Visual Studio 2010. For more up-to-date information about deployment features, or for information about how to deploy SQL Server editions other than SQL Server Compact, see ASP.NET Web Deployment using Visual Studio .
This in-depth tutorial series describes how to build a multi-tier ASP.NET web application that uses MVC 4 and Windows Azure tables, queues, and blobs. You will learn how to build a resilient and scalable data-driven web application and deploy it to the cloud.
This topic provides a brief overview of deploying your own content to a Windows Azure Web site.
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