Does all your code run on Azure? Or maybe just some of it? Whatever your situation, Octopus Deploy (https://octopus.com/) is a great way to push your code to Microsoft's cloud. In recent releases, Azure has become a first-class citizen within Octopus allowing you to deploy cloud services, web sites, drop files on Azure VMs, and even run Azure Powershell as part of your deployment. Even better, it's now trivial to create an Octopus instance using your Azure subscription.
Join Damian Brady (http://www.damianbrady.com.au) as he walks you through what's new for Azure in Octopus Deploy.
Damian (@damovisa (http://www.twitter.com/damovisa)) is a Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and Developer Technologies and a Solution Architect for Octopus Deploy in Brisbane, Australia. He is a co-author of "Professional Team Foundation Server 2013" from Wiley, and he regularly speaks at conferences, User Groups, and other events.