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Installing WordPress, PHP, and MySQL on Windows Server 2012 R2

Wednesday April 2, 2014 by peterviola


Microsoft’s Web Platform Installer (Web PI) makes installing applications a breeze. In a recent blog post I covered just how easy installing IIS has become using Web PI. In this walkthrough I’m going to cover installing WordPress, PHP, and MySQL using Web PI. I remember the days when installing t...

Azure Web Sites – Continuous Deployment with Staged Publishing

Thursday March 27, 2014 by ruslany


In the beginning of the year Windows Azure Web Sites team has released a preview of the Staged Publishing functionality. The Staged Publishing allows you to create a staging site slot where you can publish a new version of the website and then test it before swapping to the production environment...

Rapid PHP Deployment for IIS using a Batch File

Friday January 31, 2014 by robert_mcmurray


Whenever I am delivering a presentation where I need to use PHP, I typically use a batch file that I wrote in order to rapidly deploy PHP on the system that I am using for my demos. The batch file usually takes less than a second to run, which always seems to amaze people in the audience. As a re...

Tweaking the queueLength for PHP handler - Windows Azure Web Sites

Friday January 3, 2014 by rakkimk


Users moving to Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) is increasing day by day. Happy to see many of the PHP websites being hosted with WAWS. If you are hosting your high traffic website with WAWS, I would like you to consider increasing the queueLength property of FastCGI handler for PHP that handles y...

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