Azure Meteor is a sample project that can be used as a starting point for your MeteorJs apps on Azure web services. To get started just fork this repository and start developing (see meteor.com for more infos):
Create your App Service via the Azure Management Portal and set up your deployment credentials. In your application settings activate Web Sockets, then create a new entry ROOT_URL with your apps URL (e.g. http://azure-meteor.azurewebsites.net). Optionally specify a MONGO_URL to your MongoDB server. DocumentDB should be the easiest way to get you started here (the format should be like mongodb://username:firstname.lastname@example.org:10250/?ssl=true!
Azure Meteor uses the free Travis CI service for optimizations and deployment. Visit travis-ci.org, login with your GitHub credentials and activate your repository. Under More options -> Settings set the following Environment variables: AZURE_WA_SITE, AZURE_WA_USERNAME and AZURE_WA_PASSWORD with your azure app service credentials.