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Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. Use this tag for all the Microsoft Azure related questions.

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We have the sitecore azure module installed, and everything seems to be fine. However, when we attempt to spin up an editing or a delivery farm, we get the following error message: 4‎/‎11‎ …
asked Dec 24 '17 by Arvind Gehlot
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. But still wanted to be confirmed on few queries. Azure hosting cost would be additional to it? Sitecore consumption based pricing model includes Sitecore license cost? What additional cost might need to consider in estimation? …
asked Mar 23 '18 by Arvind Gehlot
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We are on Sitecore 8.1 rev. 151207 (Update-1) When we scale an existing Azure Delivery Farm, using Sitecore Azure module, we are seeing the additional server, but we are not seeing anything deployed …
asked Jan 22 '18 by Arvind Gehlot
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We are using the Sitecore Azure Module to deploy to CD delivery farms. We want to use an IIS Rewrite Rule to redirect all traffic on CD to SSL - however, we do not want the same rule applied on CM … (which is our on-premise server from which we push our site to Azure via the Azure Module). When using the Azure module, CM and CD share config files. Is there a way for us to drop a re-write rule …
asked Dec 24 '17 by Arvind Gehlot