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The Magic Behind Azure Websites' Deployment: Project Kudu

The Magic Behind Azure Websites' Deployment: Project Kudu

Emad Alashi, ASP.NET MVP, Readify

It maybe a surprise, but the engine Microsoft Azure Websites uses to deploy from code repos actually has a name, and it's Project Kudu.
In this session you will learn how Kudu works, its main features, how to do custom deployments, and how to use it in your local environment.


Emad Alashi is a software developer whose main interests are web development, software architecture, software management, and the human interaction caught between them.

He has talked at several events and conferences, the last of which was the Global Microsoft Azure Bootcamp.

He hosts the DotNetArabi technical podcast; interviewing professionals talking about technology in the Microsoft ecosystem, the podcast can be found on And on whatever time left he writes to his blog on

Emad is ASP.NET/IIS MVP, and currently works as a Senior Developer at Readify; he can be found on twitter at @emadashi.

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  • Ahmad Fahim A.

    Sorry for missing the meetup.
    It has a clash with my CPD hours meeting..
    Hope to find its recording or slides up later on..

    May 1, 2014

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