Learn how to host a Ruby on Rails-based web site on Windows Azure using a Linux virtual machine.
Learn how to deploy a Ruby on Rails application to a Windows Azure Virtual Machine using Capistrano, Unicorn and Nginx.
This topic provides an introduction to designing Windows Azure applications and web sites so that you can identify problems when they occur. It includes links to additional content that will guide you through all stages of designing, deploying, and troubleshooting your application.
This topic provides an overview of performance considerations for cloud-based applications, as well as guidance around monitoring application performance. It also provides links to additional content to help guide you through all stages of designing and deploying your application.
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 how you can expose your application and data on your own custom domain, such as http://<myapp>.com.
This topic provides an overview of how you can use Windows Azure Service Bus to communicate between apps in the cloud and on-premises.
This topic provides an introduction to using Windows Azure virtual networks and traffic manager to route users to specific datacenters.
Windows 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.
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 web sites and virtual machines in Windows Azure.