Devops on Windows with Jenkins and Azure Resource Manager

Contents Summary Technologies discussed Key Concepts Requirements and Constraints Existing Infrastructure How it works For Production Wrapping up Summary This blog post outlines a devops process that automates deploying a somewhat legacy .NET Web API to Microsoft Azure. We’ll use Jenkins, a build automation tool, to kick off the automation and we’ll see all the steps…

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How to Start with Dev/Test Environments in Microsoft Azure

Contents Introduction Resources Resource Groups vs Subscriptions Developing with VNets Governance Tools Introduction If you are starting to do Dev/Test on the cloud, but you’re new to Microsoft Azure. You may have some questions: How do I get organized in Azure? How can I see what’s happening with Azure services in my subscription? How do…

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Migrate Existing ASP.NET Website to Azure Cloud Services

This blog post explains how to get an existing ASP.NET application into an Azure Cloud Service without having to create a new Visual Studio project. Here’s the outline: Setup Create Cloud Service Files Create Web Role Copy Existing App Deploy Cloud Service Do you have an existing ASP.NET website that you’d like to deploy on…

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How to add a custom button and plugin to tinymce in Umbraco 4.5

Last week I had to create some custom functionality for the tinymce editor in Umbraco. We needed to add a style-based expand/collapse dhtml region for some proof of concept code. I looked for information on customizing the editor in Umbraco 4.5 and could only find bits and pieces. So a coworker and I figured it…

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Solution Navigator in Productivity Power Tools Update

When starting a new project in Visual Studio, there are standard ways to layout your solution. For instance, every tier in your n* tier architecture has its own project. When you get down to the feature level, sometimes it becomes more complex. For example, I’ve worked on older projects based on classic ASP.NET (as opposed…

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