NOTE: The database configuration storage mode allows to have shared storage (SQL Azure database) for all configuration changes, which is visible by all web role instances. Thus, changes made by one instance are automatically synchronized to all other instances. Backing up your database also backs up your configuration changes.
The following screenshot displays the internal endpoint:
NOTE: When you add an internal HTTP endpoint, Visual Studio automatically adds a binding of the web role site to that endpoint. Sitefinity CMS relies on this to synchronize the communication among role instances (cache invalidation, etc.)
If later you want to access your Sitefinity CMS website from the default browser port (80), you must have an endpoint of type Input, a protocol set to http, and public port set to 80.
The following screenshot displays the added local storage:
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