Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Deploying using Visual Studio to VM, part of Deploying ASP.NET Applications.
- [Instructor] Once we have created a virtual machine…in Azure, we can just go on and publish our application.…And we do like before,…right-click on the Website and choose Publish.…Here, we need to create a new profile,…and then we choose Virtual Machine.…We choose which Virtual Machine we need to deploy to,…and because I'm already logged into Azure,…it will list all the virtual machines…that I have access to in Azure.…From that list, we are going to choose…our newly created virtual machine, and press OK.…
Now, one thing, instead of going and say directly publish,…we need to create first a profile,…in order to be able to configure it.…And what we need to configure, yes, you guessed right,…we need to configure the Connection strings.…So let me paste in the connection strings…for the application, before we do the actual deployment.…And we take the other one.…And we paste it in here.…And now we save again the profile,…and we press Publish.…
Once we press Publish, it will ask us for the User name…and Password for the virtual machine that we just created.…
- Choosing a deployment strategy
- Installing IIS manually and automatically with PowerShell
- Deploying to IIS with Visual Studio
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Deployment Strategies
Choose a deployment strategy2m 47s
2. Preparing IIS Environment
3. Deploying to IIS
4. Deploy to Azure
5. Deploy to Docker
Next steps1m 45s
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