#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.
Web Deployment Made Easy:Seriously
J. Michael Palermo IV
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.
CTO (MVP, RD)
The Old (maybe current) Ways…
IIS Settings, Databases,
Environment Specific Configurations
Site/Server Snapshots & Migration
Reusable & Simple Web Packages
One Click Publish with
Web Farm Deployment
Team Build Integration
Extensible & Customizable
to get nightly deployments
Web Publishing Pipeline (WPP)
WebDeploy via WebMatrix
Web Deployment Optionsin Visual Studio 2010
What’s in a Package?
Deploy to IIS (locally)
Configuration Hacks of Old…
To the Cloud!
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