NOTE: To deploy your Sitefinity CMS project to Microsoft Azure, you must first create and develop your project locally.
NOTE: To deploy your Sitefinity CMS projects to IIS, you must configure IIS to use Integrated application pool mode.
The latest two officially supported versions of the following browsers:
NOTE: If you have implemented custom functionality, you must ensure that it is compatible with the browsers that your users may use.
All Microsoft® Visual Studio editions for versions 2017, 2019, and 2022.
You have to install the following:
IMPORTANT: To successfully deploy Sitefinity CMS, your hosting provider must support .NET 4.8 Framework and Full trust.
You can run your website in any cloud environment that supports Windows Server role instances, such as Rackspace and Amazon AWS. In these scenarios, you can set up your website as part of a load-balanced environment.
Auto Scaling in load-balanced scenarios without the need to configure Sitefinity CMS is supported only for Azure Cloud Services. In all other cloud IaaS providers Sitefinity CMS supports Auto Scaling by utilizing Redis service.
For more information, see Deploy projects to Azure App Services and Load balancing.
If you want to use Geolocation API, you must use Microsoft SQL Server or SQL Server Express. Oracle and MySQL do not support Geolocation API.
For more information about Geolocation, see Address custom field.
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