Practical, real-world tools for migrating ASP.NET MVC to Windows Azure When IIS6 and Windows Server 2003 are no longer supported, you?ll need to migrate websites currently hosted on these technologies to newer technologies. This book comes to the rescue. It's packed with all the steps you need - all intertwined with real-world examples - to perform the migration of IIS6 and Windows Server 2003 websites to Windows Azure. Discusses different aspects of performance and scalability such as pipeline optimization, process model configuration, caching, minification, and bundling Shares an overview of the Windows Azure Cloud Service and the benefits it has over legacy configurations Looks at Windows Azure deployment features, provides steps for getting access to Windows Azure, and explains how to create the components necessary to host and successfully run a test website Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC Migration is a must-have resource for making the transition to Windows Azure as smooth and successful as possible.NET MVC 4 code for this book, youa#39;ll find a Blog Navigation Bar that contains a translator, comment information, blog ... Html.Partial(aquot;_BlogNavBaraquot;, ViewData[aquot; blognavbaraquot;]) There are a number of different overloads for the Html.Partial()anbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows Azure and ASP.NET MVC Migration|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2013-07-02|