Deploy Storefront from GitHub to Microsoft Azure

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Before starting storefront installation you should have running VC platform application Deploy from GitHub to Microsoft Cloud Azure.

Step-by-step guide

  • Open the code repository
  • Scroll to the end of the page and click the Deploy to Azure button Deploy to Azure button You will see the first page of the deployment wizard: First step of Deploy Wizard
  • Directory and Subscription options define which Azure subscription will be used.
  • Resource group option allows you to create a new Azure resource group or select an existing one from the list. The new website will be added to this group.
  • Resource Group Name is the name of the new resource group.
  • Site Name is the part of the new website URL: By default, the site name is generated by adding 4 random characters to the Git repository name.
  • Virto Commerce Manager Url is the public url where Virto Commerce platform installed. Will be used for API calls.
  • Virto Commerce Api Hmac App Id is the API client application identifier will used for API calls authentication. (default value: 27e0d789f12641049bd0e939185b4fd2) you can read more about this parameters here Working with platform API
  • Virto Commerce Api Hmac App Secret Key is the Hmac secret key will used for API calls authentication (default value: 34f0a3c12c9dbb59b63b5fece955b7b2b9a3b20f84370cba1524dd5c53503a2e2cb733536ecf7ea1e77319a47084a3a2c9d94d36069a432ecc73b72aeba6ea78)
  • Content Storage Connection string is the connection string with have syntax provider=AzureBlobStorage;DefaultEndpointsProtocol=http;AccountName=XXXX;AccountKey=YYYY and should pointed to CMS content blob  storage . You can get it value from your VC 2.11 platform application settings. Virto Commerce 2 application settings in Azure

On the second page of the deployment wizard click Deploy button. And wait until deploy process will finished. And click to resulting link in final screen.