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Cloud Foundry (1) - Introduction

1. Brief Introduction – Cloud Foundry

Cloud Foundry is an open platform as a service, providing a choice of clouds, developer frameworks, and application services. Cloud Foundry makes it faster and easier to build, test, deploy and scale applications. 319 more words

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Create Sitecore Web Experience Platform 8.2 on Azure Platform as a Service

In this article, we will learn how to create an Azure App Service Web App for hosting a Sitecore Web Experience Platform 8.2

Introduction

Sitecore customer experience management software contains state-of-the-art CMS and marketing functionality that gives you complete control over the great customer experience that you give to your customers. 633 more words

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Cloud Foundry /Bluemix Ecosystem - 23rd November 2016

By Shannagh Bennett.

Date: 23 – 11 – 2016 –  Time: 18:00 – 20:30
Attendees: Simon Baker (IBM), Shannagh Bennett (IBM), Davide Casarin (Future Workshops), Joseph Remesar (MobileID), Monica Medina (The Walt Disney Company), Alan Flower (HCL), Sara Colombini (Mysis), Richard Voaden (IBM) 653 more words

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Cloud Foundry / Bluemix Ecosystem - 2nd November 2016

The first meeting of the Cloud Foundry / Bluemix Development House UnConference place at the IBM South Bank offices this evening with a small and illustrious group of interested participants. 517 more words

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Azure Cloud Service - Add Existing Web Application To Cloud Service

This article explains how to add an existing ASP.NET web application as an Azure Cloud Service if you are planning to migrate it to the Azure Cloud Services. 229 more words

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Azure Cloud Services - Project File Details

In this article, we will learn about the files that get created when we create an Azure Cloud Service Project.

  • Roles
    • As we have created an empty Azure Cloud Service Project, we have an empty “Roles” folder.
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Azure Cloud Services - Create Hello World Cloud Service Using Visual Studio

In this article, we will learn, how to create a basic “Hello World” Cloud Service, using Visual Studio.

Open Visual Studio (I am using VS 2013) and select “Azure Cloud Service” template under the “Cloud” templates in the “New Project” Window, as shown below- 350 more words

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