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I'm looking for Heroku equivalent that offers the option of an Windows Server, IIS, ASP.NET environment. My requirements are a little tricky, the "Heroku-ish" environment will have to be flexible enough to allow me to configure the Emberjs MVC Template as I have on my development machine, Emberjs MVC Template.
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Kyle,

Are you familiar with Azure? Will the Azure environment will have to be flexible enough to allow me to configure the Emberjs MVC Template as I have on my development machine, Emberjs MVC Template.
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EmberJS is just a javscript framework.  As long as you have the ability to run the .Net framework (due to MVC, not Ember) you should be fine.  Azure supports that.
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Thanks Bud.

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