With Windows Azure, you can quickly and easily deploy web sites to a highly scalable cloud environment. Our web tutorials show you how to get started developing Windows Azure Web Sites and Cloud Services using a variety of development tools and deployment options including FTP, Git, and TFS.
Windows Azure Web Sites
Perfect for web apps consisting of client side markup and scripting, server side scripting and a database
Implement a simple web site using ASP.NET MVC that supports creating, editing, and listing to-do items from a database. You will learn the basics of creating a Windows Azure web site, deploying an application to Windows Azure, and storing data in SQL Database.
Use WebMatrix to create a new and deploy a new Windows Azure web site that hosts the WebMatrix bakery sample application.
Learn how to create a new web site through the gallery and immediately deploy it. You will have a new Orchard site up-and-running in less than five minutes.
Create an ASP.NET MVC web site that connects to a MongoDB instance running on a Windows Azure virtual machine. You will learn how to use Windows Azure Virtual Machines to host unstructured data in MongoDB.
Windows Azure Cloud Services
Ideal for applications that separate logic into multiple tiers using both Web and Worker Roles
Implement a simple web application using ASP.NET MVC that supports creating, editing, and listing to-do items from a database. You will learn the basics of deploying an application to Windows Azure and storing data in SQL Database.
Build a front-end ASP.NET MVC web role that uses a back-end worker role to process long running jobs. You will learn how to create and deploy multi-role solutions, as well as how to use Service Bus Queues and Topics to enable inter-role communication.