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Microsoft advisory services engagement scenario - asp.net application deployment

Microsoft Professional Advisory Services is a support option that provides short-term, proactive, consultative support beyond break-fix product maintenance needs. This includes working with the same technician for assistance with issues like product migration, code review, or new program development and is a remote, phone-based support option. This service is typically used for shorter engagements, and is designed for developers and IT professionals who do not require the traditional onsite consulting or sustained account management services that are available from other Microsoft support options.

For additional information on Microsoft Advisory Services, including on how to engage, refer to this Microsoft web page:

http://support.microsoft.com/gp/AdvisoryService

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Microsoft advisory services engagement

This Advisory Services scenario is designed to assist customers who are deploying ASP.NET applications within an organization or to an external server (e.g. a shared hosting environment).

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Statement of Work for this Scenario:

ASP.NET Application Deployment

Included with Scope
  • Creation of Web Deploy packages either within Visual Studio 2010 or via Web Deploy command line.
  • Assistance or troubleshooting with installation (deployment) of Web Deploy packages, including the publishing of databases, web.config transformations, and use of Web Deploy providers.
Out of Scope
  • Deployment scenarios involving technologies in the Web Platform Installer such as WordPress, DotNetNuke, or other third-party applications.
  • Complex SQL Server deployments beyond what�s exposed by the interface in Visual Studio 2010 should be directed to the SQL Server teams.
  • Development of custom Web Deploy providers is not supported.
  • Configuration and use of third-party Web Deploy providers is not supported.
  • Deployment of Windows Azure applications should be routed to Windows Azure Developer Support (DS Azure Services).

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Article Info
Article ID : 982881
Revision : 5
Created on : 2/21/2011
Published on : 2/21/2011
Exists online : False
Views : 428