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In this post I tackle running a website using wildcard subdomains over HTTPS and SSL all using just IISExpress.
If you have a multi-tenancy app, or rather an application that uses a wildcard subdomain to identify a user or dynamic subsite, then you may have run into trouble trying to test the subdomain functionality locally. The problem is compounded when you also want to ensure your site is served using HTTPS and SSL.
We’ll start basic and then move on to the more complex scenarios.
Important. Open Visual Studio in Adminstrator Mode.
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The Azure classic portal provides two ways for you to create and deploy a cloud service: Quick Create and Custom Create.
This topic explains how to use the Quick Create method to create a new cloud service and then use Upload to upload and deploy a cloud service package in Azure. When you use this method, the Azure classic portal makes available convenient links for completing all requirements as you go. If you’re ready to deploy your cloud service when you create it, you can do both at the same time using Custom Create.
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Is Azure Cloud Services the choice for you? Azure provides different hosting models for running applications. Each one provides a different set of services, so which one you choose depends on exactly what you’re trying to do.
||Scalable Web Apps, Mobile Apps, API Apps, and Logic Apps for any device
||Highly available, scalable n-tier cloud apps with more control of the OS
||Customized Windows and Linux VMs with complete control of the OS
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