Is there a way to configure an SSL certificate with Thunder's Deploy to Azure option, or do I need to create a custom web role project in Visual Studio to be able to make this happen?
If I should be creating a custom web role project, how can I configure Sitefinity so that the log files will be sent to Azure Storage? Are there other aspects of Sitefinity that must be configured?
BTW, I am using Sitefinity 6.1, Visual Studio 2012, Azure SDK 1.8
In the process of creating the Cloud Service in Visual Studio I have found that Sitefinity expects to find a local storage called "LibrariesTemp" along with an internal endpoint called "SitefinityInternalEndpoint". I set those up, but when I publish to azure I receive the error:
NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.]
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Why should we check the link for enabling HTTP for an Azure Web Site,?.. Azure Web Site is not fully supported for Sitefinity and the Thunder Wizard to deploy to Azure, deploys to a Cloud Service.
The question of Nicholas is: How can we deploy with the wizard and still configure SSL for the Azure Cloud Service? Or am I mistaking?