Join David Isbitski for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and deploying an Azure website, part of Up and Running with Azure.
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Let's go ahead and create a new instance of an Azure Website.…I'm going to click on New in the command bar,…Compute > Website, and we'll just do a Quick Create.…So in this example, we're going to have a…pretend university site, so I'm just going to say Univ.…It's going to go out on the web, and look to…see if a DNS entry is available for that URL.…You can see it is. So univ.azurewebsites.net.…And then I'm going to…put this in the West US region, and say Create Website.…Now one of the really great things about Azure Websites is the…ability to use the gallery which will give us some web apps.…
So we're going to open up this gallery, and you'll…see I have all sorts of things in here.…Everything from App Frameworks and Blogs to Tools and Galleries and Wikis.…Let's go ahead and click Blogs, and maybe…in this scenario we want to create a WordPress…blog for a university, so we'll come down here, and I'll click WordPress.…You'll see it's currently version 3.5.1.…I'm going to hit Next. And we're going to call this univblog.…
- What is cloud computing?
- What is Windows Azure?
- Creating a Windows Azure virtual machine
- Creating and deploying an Azure website
- Adding Worker and Web roles to your cloud service
- Creating a new SQL database
- Writing and reading from the Service Bus queue
- Saving queue messages to Table storage