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Documenting Key End-to-End Deployment Scenarios

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  The IIS Web Deployment Tool (Web Deploy) and the deployment features introduced in Visual Studio 2010 enable you to automate many deployment tasks, but we have heard you all that many common scenarios not yet documented fully. We are addressing this need by creating step-by-step walkthroughs that will guide you from beginning to end through scenarios that address common real-world needs. Interestingly, this blog post is not the documentation of the solution but actual documentation of problem statements. This post presents the first set of scenarios that we have identified and solicit your feedback to help
us determine they are representative enough or not.  If you have any feedback as usual you can post them here as comments or feel free to send me an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  So let’s Scenario 1: Enterprise Deployment with Continuous Integration In this scenario, a solution that includes multiple web application projects is deployed to test, staging, and production environments, using a continuous integration process for staging and production. Target Environments The TESTING environment consists of a server that runs IIS 7.5 and a server that runs SQL Server 2008 R2. The developer machine has...(Read whole news on source site)

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