I have been playing around with VM’s on Azure, and successfully deployed all of it (Database, NST, OData, Web Client, ..), but always had the feeling that it was just too simple and easy.
Today, Microsoft announced (or at least it got only to my attention today :-)) the official release of “Dynamics NAV 2013 on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services“.
You can find all sorts of materials on the landing page, like (obviously) marketing fluff, business value fluff .. But also interesting (;-)) stuff like “How do I do that..”-stuff:
- How do I… Get Started with Provisioning Tools for Windows Azure
- How do I…Automate Provisioning of Dynamics NAV 2013 on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine
- How do I…Automate Provisioning of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 across two Windows Azure Virtual Machines
- How do I…Create an ASP.NET Website and Invoke Automated Azure Virtual Machine Provisioning
- How to Automate Dynamics NAV Provisioning on Windows Azure Virtual Machines
Finally, I’ll be able to confirm if I’ve been doing it the right way .. or there is another (better) way to do it. Can’t wait to check it out! 🙂