Cloud Services (Web and Worker Role)

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  2. Support Git deployment for Cloud Services

    As what we can do with Azure Website.

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    started  ·  Mohit Srivastava responded

    This will be possible via the Git support in the TFS Service (tfs.visualstudio.com) by the end of the year.

    Thanks for the feedback.

  3. Make Azure deployment creation faster

    Currently when I create a deployment it takes nine minutes before my OnStart() runs.

    That's just too long. If I want to redeploy my service (by creating a staging deployment and then using Swap VIP) I can't do it faster than in nine minutes because of that.

    It should be much faster - something like no more than two minutes.

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  5. Support for custom performance counters

    While Azure does allow for the enablement of existing / standard counters, many applications additionally need to instrument custom behaviors of their applications. It would be very nice to be able to add/update our own custom counters. Specific example is a counter for TimeInQueue that we need.

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  6. Cloud service role scale settings not displayed properly when multiple queue based scaling rules are defined

    When multiple storage queue based scaling rules with the same settings, but for different queues from the same storage account, are defined for scaling up a cloud service role, the portal will not be able to display both rules (see explanation below and screenshot).

    No matter which of the 2 rules stating "ApproximateMessageCount >= 5000 (increase count by 1)" are clicked, the scale rule panel on the right will always be opened for the same rule, so there is no way to edit or view the other one.

    Please fix, if you need more information contact me by email.

    Regards, …

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