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.
For more information, see Load balancing.
RECOMMENDATION: By default, Sitefinity CMS uses network communication between the nodes to handle the NLB in Azure Cloud services. However, for cloud deployments, we recommend using Redis to handle load balancing. For more information, see Prepare your project for deployment.
PREREQUISITES: Before you proceed with deploying your project to Azure Cloud Services, you must have the following:
RESTRICTIONS: Deploying the project to Windows Azure has the following restrictions:
There are two ways to deploy your Sitefinity CMS website to Windows Azure cloud services:
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