Henrik Fransas
Nov 14, 2014
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Anyone who have a relatively simple site that I can use to deploy to Azure?

In February next year it will be a developer conference here in Stockholm, Sweden called Swetugg (http://www.swetugg.se/). I will be a speaker on that conference and will speak on how to convert a existing EPiServer site to a Windows Azure Website. I have done this speak a couple of times now about our company’s public website (http://www.activesolution.se) and this time I would like to do it a little differently. I would like to take one local site and step by step convert it and publish it to Azure and I want your help to do it with a real site, not a vanilla Alloy Tech.

To make it a little more fun, I would like to take one of your sites, so I am wondering if there are any of you that would like to help me by giving me the source code and a copy of the vpp and database to any of your sites?

The demands on the site is this:

  • It must be at least version 7.5 right now
  • It can’t have CMO, Relate or Workflows in it

Anyone who like to help me, or do I have to use Alloy?

Nov 14, 2014

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