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A quick guide to Azure app

Author at TechGenyz Contributor
Microsoft Azure App

The Azure App Service is a type of integrated solution that offers the user the facility to build mobile and web apps on various platforms, work in sync with SaaS and connect with a host of other applications such as Oracle and SAP for example. To put it in simple words, this is nothing but a service that enables a developer to manage and build applications in a successful manner. What this does is, make it less complicated for developers to run and manage applications on the whole.

What is Azure App Service?

The azure app service providers use the facility to develop and build websites, mobile apps, web APIs on multiple platforms and devices.

Azure app service plan

There are different types of plans that one can choose from such as free and shared plans. These plans offer customers the required features to build and test applications in line with their economic abilities.

Free and shared: This type of preview plan that falls under the basic category. The main purpose this services is that of testing and development.

Basic service plan: This will serve the purpose for applications that do not necessarily require a lot of traffic. The plan will not provide most of the advanced features. To use this plan, a good Linux environment is a must.

Standard service plan: This is most suitable for production, and the customer will be charged based on the number of runs. This also comes with an attractive automatic scaling feature.

Premium service plan: This is a choice for those who are looking for upgraded performance features for various production applications. There is an option for higher scalability in this plan.

Premium container plan: This plan specially caters to production applications and aims to provide better quality performance features.

Another advantage is speedier processors, better memory and other upgraded capabilities.

Isolated service plan: This is a plan that is specially designed for loads that fall in the critical mission category.

Here are some of the features and benefits of Azure app services:

Simple to deploy apps: It is possible to develop best-in-class cloud applications and run them across multiple platforms. It is also possible to host web applications in various programming languages, as per the choice of the developer. The other benefit is that there is no need to invest time, energy or resources to manage infrastructure.

Economically use various applications: One of the best advantages that this offers the user is the ability to put together some apps. This helps the user save a considerable amount of on the cost.

Highly productive: One of the other main benefits of this service is that it gives the user the power to build platforms in a very quick and powerful manner, and also without any type of hassle. The user will be able to use Docker, Python, PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Java, NET Core, etc. It also to put together the Azure APP service and use it on known frameworks. Developers will be assured of great productivity.

Easy to run: Running and scaling platforms is much easier, thanks to the Azure App Service features. Applications can run on both Linux and Windows platforms.