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Running NServiceBus Endpoints in Azure App Services Part 4: Build and Deploy with Azure DevOps

Michael McCarthy - 07/20/2020

In Part 3, we pulled back the curtain on Visual Studio Publish to gain insight into what it was doing in order to deploy our NServiceBus endpoint to Azure. Using that newfound knowledge, we'll be "graduating" from right-click/Publish to Azure DevOps.

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Running NServiceBus Endpoints in Azure App Services Part 3: Pulling Back the Curtain on Visual Studio Publish

Michael McCarthy - 06/12/2020

In Part 2, we used Visual Studio's Publish feature to deploy our NServiceBus endpoint to an Azure App Service, and after only one manual change in the Azure Portal, saw our endpoint successfully running by viewing the app service logs. In this post, we'll be pulling back the curtain on Visual Studio Publish to examine what's happening in your local solution and in Azure.

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Running NServiceBus Endpoints in Azure App Services Part 2: Deploy with Visual Studio Publish

Michael McCarthy - 05/18/2020

In the last post we coded an NServiceBus endpoint running in a hosted service in the .NET Core generic host. Now that we have an endpoint, how do we deploy it to an Azure App Service? Like all things in life, when in doubt, right-click! More specifically, right-click, Publish.

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Running NServiceBus Endpoints in Azure App Services Part 1: Endpoint Implementation

Michael McCarthy - 05/12/2020

As the cloud slowly becomes the norm rather than the exception, frameworks built with .NET have to find a way to run in new cloud-based hosting models. This post is the first in a series on how to code, build, deploy and run an NServiceBus endpoint in Azure App Services.

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