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Azure Part 12: Moving Staging Deployment to Production

Posted By:Jean Paul       Posted Date: October 21, 2011    Points: 200    Category: Azure    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

Moving Staging Deployment to Production
 

We can deploy a successful staging build to production, using the Swap VIP button in the Azure portal.

 

Step 1: Select the Deployment item 

Sign in to the Azure Portal and select the appropriate item to deploy.  In our case, the Deployment 1  is the item to be selected.

 

 

 

 

Step 2: Click on the Swap VIP 

Click on the Swap VIP button from the top toolbar after selecting the deployment item.  The following dialog box appear.s

 

 


Step 3: Click on the production url 

Now the status of the deployment selected changes to Ready as shown below.

 

Click on the production url shown on the right pane to open the web role in a browser.  The web role is shown below.  Please note the url of the browser.  The previous staging GUID urls are replaced by the production url.

 

 

Summary 

That concludes the deployment from staging to production in the Windows Azure Portal.  The web role is now deployed and available to the public.

 

More Information 

The Swap VIP option does not actually deploy a new build.  Instead, it will switch the production and staging builds by switching the DNS addresses internally.  Thus the deployment seems to be faster as there is only switching of addresses internally.

 

Warning 

The billing of the service will be there for both staging and production deployments.  If the usage exceeds the trial limit charges will be levied on your credit card.  Please take care. J

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