Here is a step by step instruction for SQLAzureMW.
Step 0: You need an Azure Account.
In your Azure account, create a SQL Database and be sure that your database is created for SQL Database v12. This process will also create your SQL Database Server which you will use in SQLAzureMW
Step 1: Run SQLAzureMW.exe
In this step, you should see the main menu displayed with several options.
Step 2: Under “Analyze / Migrate” select Database
Step 3: At the bottom of the main menu, select your target server. You should select “SQL Database latest service version (v12)” from the dropdown list.
Step 4: Hit “Next >” button.
Step 5: A “Connect to Server…” dialog will be displayed. This is the screen that allows you to connect to your GoDaddy (or other SQL Server instant) database.
a) Enter Server name. For example, if I was point to an SQL Azure Database, I could put in ekwa1037yv.database.windows.net
b) Select “SQL Server Authentication”
c) Enter user login
d) Enter user password
e) Mouse click Connect button
Step 6: A list of databases should be displayed from your source server. Select the database you want to migrate.
Step 7: Mouse click on “Next >”.
Step 8: You should now see “Choose Objects” dialog. Leave “Script all database objects” selected if you want to move all objects.
Step 9: You will notice a “Advanced” button. Click on this button.
Step 10: A Advanced Settings dialog will be displayed. Under Table/View Options look for “Script Table / Data” and make sure that “Table Schema with Data” is selected.
Step 11: Mouse click on OK.
Step 12: Mouse click “Next >”
Step 13: A “Script Wizard Summary” dialog will be displayed. Mouse click on “Next >”.
Step 14: A “Generate Script” dialog will be displayed asking if you are ready to generate SQL Script. Mouse click on “Yes”.
Step 15: A “Results Summary” dialog box will be displayed. Look for any errors in RED. If you have no RED errors, then your database is compatible and you can move on to the next step. If you have RED, look at the message and see what you need to do to resolve.
Note that if you hit the “SQL Script” tab, you will see the actual TSQL script that you can modify.
Step 16: Mouse click on “Next >”.
Step 17: A “Connect to Server …” dialog will be displayed. Enter your Azure SQL DB information (i.e. ekwa1037yv.database.windows.net) with user login and password then mouse click on Connect.
Step 18: Now, a “Setup Target Server Connection” dialog will be displayed with the database you created in Step 0. Note that you can always create a new database by mouse clicking on “Create Database” (the create database process can take a couple of minutes
to create, so expect some delay).
Step 19: Choose the database you want to migrate to from the Select Database list and click “Next >” (or just double click on the database you want.
Step 20: An Execute Script message box will appear asking you if you want to execute script (from step 15) against your target database. Select Yes.
Step 21: A Target Server Response dialog will be displayed and as the scripts and data are uploaded to the target server, a status message will be displayed for each object. Look at the Results and verify that there are no error messages. You can see error
message in RED if they exists.
Step 22: You are done. You can save the results if you want or just mouse click on Exit.
From here, you can connect to SQL Server Management Studio or use the Azure portal to examine your database.
As a side note, here is where you can find SQL Server 2014 CU6 update:
SQL Server 2014 CU6
I hope this helps,