Azure

Contains actions to interface with Windows Azure Services.

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Effortlessly scale to Microsoft's cloud

The cloud can help bring scalability, reliability and flexibility to any organization.

ProGet also supports Azure Blob Storage.

Legacy Operations

  • Change Deployment Configuration - Updates the configuration of a deployment in Windows Azure.
  • Create Hosted Service -Creates a new cloud service in Windows Azure.
  • Delete Deployment -Deletes a deployment by slot or by name from a cloud service in Windows Azure.
  • Delete Hosted Service -Deletes a cloud service in Windows Azure.
  • Deploy Package -Deploys a Cloud Service package onto Windows Azure.
  • Package Application -Packages Web and Worker Role applications for deployment onto Windows Azure.
  • Swap Deployment -Swaps a production and staging deployment in Windows Azure.
  • Upload Files to Blob Storage -Uploads files from a BuildMaster Server to Windows Azure Blob Storage.

5.5.0

11/10/2016 4:48:03 PM
No notes for this release

5.1.2

11/9/2016 11:08:05 PM
No notes for this release

5.1.1

11/9/2016 8:23:55 PM
No notes for this release

5.1.0

6/17/2016 8:57:50 PM
No notes for this release

5.0.0

4/29/2016 5:55:49 PM
No notes for this release

4.8

9/3/2015 1:34:24 PM
  • 18 - Error when reading files from disk

4.7

1/13/2015 5:56:51 PM
  • 17 - Directory resolution can fail using ~ syntax in non-source or non-target directory entries

4.6

1/12/2015 2:55:28 PM
  • 16 - FIX: InvalidCastException when deploying cloud service package

4.5

12/3/2014 3:40:16 PM
  • 14 - Improve logging when waiting for Azure request completion
  • 15 - FIX: MissingMethodException in some actions in BuildMaster 4.5

4.4

2/13/2014 4:38:32 PM
  • 12 - Some bug fixes in the deploy azure package action and upload azure file to blob storage action.

4.3

1/15/2014 7:26:24 PM
  • 10 - Workarounds for blob storage upload issues

4.2

1/9/2014 5:19:04 PM
  • 9 - Compatibility issues for SDK 2.2
  • 8 - FIX: Extension configurer link is broken in action editors

4.1

1/2/2014 11:09:37 PM
No notes for this release

4.0

10/12/2013 12:07:25 AM
No notes for this release

3.2

6/24/2013 1:15:31 PM
  • 7 - Delete Hosted Service
  • 6 - Delete deployment
  • 5 - Update Deployment Configuration
  • 4 - Swap Cloud Service environments
  • 3 - Deploy Cloud Service package
  • 2 - Create Cloud Service Hosted Service
  • 1 - Create Cloud Service deployment package

3.1

1/18/2013 11:52:12 PM
No notes for this release

3.0

9/4/2012 9:13:53 PM
  • BMXAZURE-1 - Implement upload to blob storage
VersionReleasedRequires Version
5.5.011/10/2016BuildMaster 5.5.0download
5.1.211/9/2016BuildMaster 5.1.1download
5.1.111/9/2016BuildMaster 5.1.1download
5.1.06/17/2016BuildMaster 5.1.0download
5.0.04/29/2016BuildMaster 5.0.0download
4.89/3/2015BuildMaster 4.5.1download
4.71/13/2015BuildMaster 4.5.1download
4.61/12/2015BuildMaster 4.5.1download
4.512/3/2014BuildMaster 4.5.1download
4.42/13/2014BuildMaster 4.0.7download
4.31/15/2014BuildMaster 4.0.7download
4.21/9/2014BuildMaster 4.0.7download
4.11/2/2014BuildMaster 4.0.7download
4.010/12/2013BuildMaster 4.0.3download
3.26/24/2013BuildMaster 3.5.0download
3.11/18/2013BuildMaster 3.5.0download
3.09/4/2012BuildMaster 3.2.0download

If your installation of BuildMaster can access inedo.com, simply navigate to Admin > Extensions, and install or update extensions from the gallery.

You can also manually install the extension.

  1. Copy the extension file (Azure.bmx) to the Extension Library path (by default, this is c:\BuildMaster\Extensions).
  2. Restart the BuildMaster Service (Admin > Service).
  3. Restart the BuildMaster Web Application (Admin > All Settings > Save).
  4. Verify that the new extension has been loaded (Admin > Extensions)