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Cloud Cover Episode 29 - Working with CSPack

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Join Ryan and Steve each week as they cover the Microsoft cloud. You can follow and interact with the show at@cloudcovershow

In this episode:  

  • We talk about how to manually package your services using CSPack.exe and when you would do it.
  • Show how to deploy WebMatrix projects to Windows Azure
  • Talk about diferences in deploying .NET 4.0 projects as compared to .NET 3.5

Show Links:

Windows Azure Platform Training Kit - September 2010 Update
Windows Azure Application Monitoring Management Pack
SQL Azure Connection Management
Update on ASP.NET Vulnerability
Announcing NuPack, MVC3 Beta, and WebMatrix Beta 2
Building, Running, and Packaging Windows Azure Applications From the Command Line
Deploying WebMatrix Applications to Windows Azure

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  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    "Welcome to the show" with emphasis Smiley

    So the show shows itself being a show now, eh Ryan?
    Wow! What a blow to my show theorem Wink

  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    Darn.. I was going for a "Hey homey, what's with the glum face? You glum or somethin, eh glummy?"-kind of joke above... Hopefully my Zoidberg-image next to it will compensate Smiley

  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    And one last thing: More SQL Azure please!

  • Greg Braygbrayut Check out PhraseMeme Scanner for Windows Phone at ​PhraseMeme.​com

    Notepad++ Zoom in and Zoom out: Ctrl-(Keypad-/Keypad+) or Ctrl + mouse wheel

    Note it requires a keypad or a mouse, so not sure how you do it on a laptop. Maybe just use Windows 7 Zoom with Winkey and +?

  • , hansol wrote

    Darn.. I was going for a "Hey homey, what's with the glum face? You glum or somethin, eh glummy?"-kind of joke above... Hopefully my Zoidberg-image next to it will compensate Smiley

    @hansol:

    I have a habit of not knowing what I am going to say until I say it.  Hence, the emphasis on whatever words I feel like at the time.  Nothing to read between the lines there...

  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    , dunnry wrote

    *snip*@hansol:

    I have a habit of not knowing what I am going to say until I say it.  Hence, the emphasis on whatever words I feel like at the time.  Nothing to read between the lines there...

    Cool Smiley - Keepin it real!

  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    Any chance of more sql azure shows? If not, can you answer how sql azure works with SELECT and the two replication servers, are they used for load-balancing read requests like SELECT at all?

    The reason for my asking is that this will greatly impact whether I must shard my DB or not since it's mostly SELECT-heavy and often with historical data not ever going to change, like how many orders where there last month by this or that customer or product blah-blah...

  • @hansol: SQL Azure will be the focus of later shows.  However, it won't be the focus on the next one.  We can bring back David and ask him your questions after PDC.

  • Hans Olavhansol Cloudtastic

    @dunnry: Thanks, I'm looking forward to it already...

    Mmmmm... I can't wait Smiley

  • cspack <servicedefinition.csdef> /generateConfigurationFile:<serviceConfiguration.cscfg>

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