Chapter 21. Hosting ASP.NET MVC applications


This chapter covers
  • Understanding server environment requirements
  • Revealing hosting options in IIS
  • Configuring different environments
  • Deploying to the cloud with Windows Azure


You have just learned how to leverage full system tests with ASP.NET MVC. We’ll now take that down the software development lifecycle. After testing, you need to push your application to production. In a Windows-hosted environment, web applications are typically deployed to Internet Information Services (IIS). But several versions of IIS are on the market, each with different configurations and options for hosting an ASP.NET MVC application. IIS differs somewhat in different versions of Windows Server and Windows Azure. ...

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