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Fixed azure related documentation issues. #4

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Tamir Korem tamirko merged commit 191de0f into from March 01, 2012
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removed unnecessary steps from cloudify installation 6a8f02f
Added installation example gist ace63c6
Fixed bootstrap gist b37d1e7
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2  guide/bootstrapping/bootstrapping_azure.textile
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 Currently, each application is deployed with its own Cloudify controller installation.
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 The following examples bootstraps the cloudify controller (management role, the ui role), and the cloudify agents for the travel application (tomcat and cassandra roles).
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 h1. bootstrap-app commandline options
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8  guide/deploying/deploying_azure.textile
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 Deploying your application is the process where Cloudify Controller on Azure is instructed to execute the application recipe. The controller uses the Cloudify Driver to make Azure start worker role instances according to the recipe SLAs
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 Once the roles are active, Cloudify agents are discovered by the cdontroller and the recipe is shipped to them for execution.
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-The command to use is install-application (as with any Cloud)
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+The following examples installs the travel application recipe for azure. The azure recipe differs in that it configures a reverse proxy that allows
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+access to the travel application via port 80 (instead of port 8080)
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 h3. Install GigaSpaces Cloudify 
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 * Unzip "Cloudify":http://gigaspaces.com/cloudify-pricing to c:\ (Rename it to c:\cloudify )
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-* Unzip WorkerRoles.zip to c:\cloudify\tools\cli\plugins\azure (Which would create c:\cloudify\tools\cli\plugins\azure\WorkerRoles)
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-* Unzip travel-withproxy.zip to c:\cloudify\examples (Which would create c:\cloudify\examples\travel-withproxy )
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 h3. Update Subscription ID in azure.properties
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