Prototyping in the cloud with MDriven Server Now that we have had a brief look on how to prototype and store the data locally let us move on to storing the data in the cloud and enable a multi user prototyping scenario. The easiest way to store your MDriven data in the cloud is to use a MDriver server. MDriven server can be installed easily on the Microsoft cloud service Azure.
The information below is a bit dated - look at the video above for newer description on MDrivenServer.
You can sign up for a free try out account at Azure.
Go ahead and register a user, login and you get this:
Now you have an MDriven Server that is used as your backend for a model driven application or prototyping session.
Our MDriven Server’s address: http://mdrivenbookdemo1.azurewebsites.net and to actually connect to it from an application we choose one of the 3 available slots A0,A1 or A2. If I choose A0 the connection address is http://mdrivenbookdemo1.azurewebsites.net/App_A0/A0_PMPWCF.svc