I wrote a series of articles on how to move your existing WordPress blog to Azure VM. This is part 4 of a 4 part series. Originally posted on KEMP Technologies blog: http://kemptechnologies.com/blog.

Once connected to local MySQL instance, it showed me all the databases that existed. When we installed WordPress using WebPI, it also created a database. I chose to create new database instead that matches the name of the database on my web host. That allowed to me keep migration headaches to minimum and process simple. This also allowed me to simply ignore the database that was created by WebPI. This database can be removed later if you wish.

Read more at http://kemptechnologies.com/blog/how-to-move-your-wordpress-blog-to-azure-vm-part-4-of-4/