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#TEDEV342. Web Deployment Made Easy: Seriously. J. Michael Palermo IV Developer Evangelist Microsoft. Agenda. Deployment (yawn) Web Deploy Overview Demos Summary | Q&A. A. B. We need to mirror the settings from IIS on the developer workstation to the pre-production server.

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Web Deployment Made Easy:Seriously

J. Michael Palermo IV

Developer Evangelist


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  • Deployment (yawn)

  • Web Deploy Overview

  • Demos

  • Summary | Q&A

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We need to mirror the settings from IIS on the developer workstation to the pre-production server.

I currently deploy via FTP directly to my host.

My deployment is manual because I need to set permissions on the target server.

Our change request system requires a highly detailed manual of step-by-step instructions.

It is not enough to do a simple xcopy. We also deploy schema and data changes from SQL Server.

I am new to all of this. I don’t know why I am here, or what I need.

We have no clue where any of our stuff ends up.

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“Mr. Community”

Scott Cate




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The Old (maybe current) Ways…


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Web Content,

IIS Settings, Databases,

Registry, etc

Web.Debug.Config, .



Environment Specific Configurations


Web Deployment

Site/Server Snapshots & Migration

Reusable & Simple Web Packages

One Click Publish with

Differential Sync

VS 2010


Web Deploy

Web Farm Deployment

Team Build Integration

Extensible & Customizable

Update workflow

to get nightly deployments

MsBuild based

Web Publishing Pipeline (WPP)

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Developer Tools Using Web Deploy

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ASP.NET 4 & MS Deploy Hosting

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WebDeploy via WebMatrix


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Web Deployment Optionsin Visual Studio 2010


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What’s in a Package?


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Deploy to IIS (locally)


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Configuration Hacks of Old…


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Configuration Transforms


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Database Deploy


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To the Cloud!


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Summary & Q&A

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  • Sessions On-Demand & Community

  • Microsoft Certification & Training Resources

  • Resources for IT Professionals

  • Resources for Developers



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