Learn how to author and configure a basic Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI) compliant Python application on Windows Azure Web Sites. The Web Sites platform includes Python 2.7 and the generic wfastcgi.py FastCGI handler for Python. All you have to do is configure your web site to use the Python handler.
Learn how to create a web site written in the Django Python web framework and deploy the web site to Windows Azure. You will learn the basics of packaging the Python runtime, required libraries including Django, and your application, and then host the web site on Windows Azure.
When you create a web site, Windows Azure provides a friendly subdomain on the azurewebsites.net domain so your users can access your web site using a URL like http://<mysite>.azurewebsites.net. However, if you configure your web site for reserved mode, you can map your web site to your own domain name, such as contoso.com.
Implement a simple Python Django app in Visual Studio and deploy it to Windows Azure. You will learn how to leverage Visual Studio productivity features including debugging and Windows Azure publishing.
By default, Windows Azure applications and storage accounts can be accessed through friendly subdomains, for example, http://<myapp>.cloudapp.net and https://<mydata>.blob.core.windows.net. This article shows you you can explose your application and data on yoru own custom domain, such as http://<myapp>.com.
This guide shows you how to programmatically perform common service management tasks from Python by using theServiceManagementServiceclass in the Widows Azure SDK for Python.
Implement a simple Hello World application written in the Django Python web framework and deploy the application to Windows Azure. You will learn the basics of working with the Windows Azure compute emulator and deploying a Python application to Windows Azure.
Learn how to host a Django-based website on Windows Azure using a Windows Server virtual machine. You will learn how to setup a Windows Azure virtual machine to host Django and how to create a new Django application from Windows.
The IPython project provides a collection of tools for scientific computing, including an interactive web-based environment called the IPython Notebook. This tutorial shows how to deploy the IPython Notebook on Windows Azure using Linux or Windows virtual machines.
The Windows Azure Command-Line Tools for Mac and Linux are a set of command-line tools for deploying and managing Windows Azure services. Use the command-line tools to create and manage websites and virtual machines in Windows Azure.
PowerShell for Windows Azure provides a command-line environment for developing and deploying applications for Windows Azure through a Windows PowerShell cmdlets. This guide describes how to use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to create, test, deploy, and manage Windows Azure Services.