Advantages of Azure App Service


Advantages of Azure App Service

Azure has quickly become the undefeated winner of business cloud solutions. Microsoft continues to improve and innovate with Azure, making it the best business cloud solution on the market. In past blogs we’ve covered the benefits of using Azure, but today we’ll focus on the Azure App Service and its advantages. 

1. Deployment is straightforward and quick. 

One of Azure’s many features is Visual Studio. Visual Studio is an integrated development environment from Microsoft. Deployment with Visual Studio is streamlined with just a few clicks, making it a great tool for teams. In addition to Visual Studio, Azure supports automatic application development with GIT and PowerShell, allowing you to automatically deploy code to multiple servers efficiently.  

2. Autoscaling without availability problems. 

With Azure, you can use extra servers by automatically or manually autoscaling an app. There are certain rules that require outlining, but it’s a small price to pay. Autoscaling has an auto high availability of 99.95%. With a trained team utilizing this feature, businesses can reap the advantages of autoscaling with Azure.  

3. Built-in load balancer for infrastructure management.  

Azure App Service includes built-in load balancers, which significantly impacts the infrastructure's total cost. Azure’s pay-as-you-go system offers many benefits for small to medium sized businesses in need of cost-efficient options. For structure, you just need to buy the active server, allowing teams to scale back the development value by only investing in required services. 

4. Azure App Service enhances infrastructure and platform security. 

Azure App Service comes with unparalleled security measures. With the proper knowledge and training, developers can guarantee infrastructure and platform security throughout development and deployment. Azure’s layered security approach includes features like multi-step authentication. Azure also allows developers to keep systems compliant with ISO and PCI. 

5. Direct deployment is through IDE integration.  

If you ask developers what makes Azure the most popular cloud alternative, they’ll tell you it’s Azure’s integration. With Azure, you can deploy apps from completely different IDEs, like Xcode, Visual Studio, etc. Azure SDK simplifies methods considerably and conjointly minimizes the possibility of errors.  

6. Successfully deploy via effective testing. 

Azure App Service includes a feature that allows developers to look at apps before deployment, called “deployment slots.” Deployment slots enable developers to check apps in duplicate environment by deploying in a slot for staging, saving considerable time at no additional cost. Other services and platforms charge you to test, making Azure an excellent option. Additionally, Azure allows straightforward virtual machine creation for testing third-party apps.  

7. Azure App Service does its own maintenance.   

For people new to Azure, the lack of server access might come as a surprise. With Azure though, there’s no need to log in. Azure looks after all its own maintenance and deployment to its servers, leaving just the app’s deployment to your team. What’s great about this feature is that servers stay up and running during reading, saving significant time and money. 

Azure App Service provides many advantages for businesses looking for cloud solutions. The development, deployment, and time/money-saving features makes it an efficient and cost-effective option.  

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