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My solution would be to use something like Chef/Puppet/Salt. That gives you full package control in the OS, as well as full code revisioning. When you combine it with something like Git/SVN, you can roll an exact clone of your development machine to production, as well as update whatever is there, and roll back easily.
To sync code my option would a vcs like git or subversion. There are many strategies to do this. The simplest would commit changes to de repo in devel machine and pull changes from repo in prod machine. If something wrong happens, you can get the old version of code with a simple command.
The Windows Azure Active Directory Sync tool is simply the new name for the Office 365 Directory Synchronization tool - commonly known as DirSync. There is a difference though; around the same time they changed the name, support for Password synchronization from your on-premise Active Directory to Office 365 was implemented - something not previously ...
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