How to migrate web apps to Azure App Service

published 3 weeks ago by Microsoft Mechanics

Take a look at the latest options for assessing and migrating your apps and their underlying code into Azure. Azure App Service allows you to bring code and containers straight into Azure and connect to integrated databases, whether those are on-premises or in Azure. In many cases, this is the easiest path to migrate your existing .NET apps into Azure. Join Jeremy Chapman, as he shows how to bring an app that you already have running on-premises into Azure App Service. If you're new to Azure App Service, it's an HTTP-based service for hosting web applications, REST APIs, and mobile back-ends. It's flexible, so you can develop in your favorite language (such as .NET, .NET Core, Java, Node.js or Python), and the apps run on both Windows and Linux-based environments. Because they run on Azure, they can also auto-scale to meet any demand level and even sudden spikes. We take care of load balancing, automated OS patching, and faster version release. And you can take advantage of hybrid and DevOps capabilities, like Continuous Deployment and GitHub actions, as well as connecting to your on-prem resources via VNets, once your app is up and running. Migrating .NET apps into Azure follows two primary steps: • Assessment — Review all the technologies your app uses, and determine whether it can be hosted on Azure App Service. • Migration — Migrate your code into Azure App Service, then move your app into production on Azure. Link References: Find out more about Azure App Service at . Want to get started assessing and migrating your apps to Azure? Learn more at Check out the rest of our Azure migration series at . Also, you can go to to the aApp Migration Learning Path right here: If you are unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics, we are Microsoft’s official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at #Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on LinkedIn:

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