Posted By : Murugan Andezuthu Dharmaratnam
Posted On : 1 October 2014
Keywords : Started with Microsoft Azure VS2013,Microsoft Azure VS2013,Microsoft Azure VS2013 getting started,Azure VS2013 getting started,VS2013

Microsoft Azure VS2013 Getting Started

One of the most frequent questions is that user is not able to open a cloud sample project he has downloaded. To Start working on cloud project's you would need to download and install Window Azure SDK for .Net. This article would help you get started. Here we will show you the easies way to get started, which is open a new project select cloud and select Get Windows Azure SDK for .Net .

Create A New Project


Open the Microosft azure visual studio 2013.Create a new project. Click on file --> new --> project.

new project is created by click on file --> new --> project.


Get Windows Azure SDK For .Net


Select cloud from the left side of the window and choose 'Windows azure SDK for .NET' , Then we can give the name,and location of the project to be created.Finally click on 'OK' to create the project done.


Download The Windows Azure SDk For .Net


Install The Windows Azure SDK For .Net


It takes some time to install depending on the speed of the Internet, I would suggest you to temporarily increase the speed of the Internet if that option is available with your provider.

Murugan Andezuthu Dharmaratnam

Murugan is a technology leader with 14 years of hands-on experience in full life cycle systems design, development, implementation, and management. In addition to systems design and development, his core competencies include cloud design and architecture, interactive web applications and websites development, mobile computing, and Healthcare Information Technology. His experience is very diverse with a broad range of technologies within multiple industry settings including private, public, and non-profit. Coupled with his technology expertise, Murugan is a well-organized, result-oriented, and a highly analytical leader with proven track record in developing and implementing very complex systems.