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Package an Azure Application

Package an Azure Application

Updated: August 21, 2014

To run an application as a cloud service in Windows Azure, you must package the application files into a package file (.cspkg) and then upload the package file and the service configuration file to Windows Azure.

An application package, which is used to run the application as a cloud service, includes the application files and the service model files. The CSPack Command-Line Tool uses the contents of the service definition file and the service configuration file to define the contents of the application package. You can modify the service definition file and service configuration file by using a text editor or by using Visual Studio. For more information, see CSPack Command-Line Tool.

You can create an application package by using the user interface in Visual Studio. From the menu in Visual Studio, you can choose to create an application package that can be uploaded to Windows Azure, or you can publish the application directly to Windows Azure.

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