Allow ContinuousIntegration to leverage a connection string other than the one specified in web.config
Today you cannot leverage any other mechanism to specify the connection string other than web.config file. This means a Kentico development server hosted in the cloud must contain the database username and password in the web.config file. You cannot define these credentials in Azures infrastructure layer (these are exposed to the environment as environmental variables).
By enhancing Kentico Continuous Integration to read from the environment variable and/or command line argument, developers would gain the ability to put host the development environment in Azure WebApps without hardcoding the web.config file or adjusting it during the build/deploy phase.