Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) App Service – Web apps for Node.js

Lets take an example you want to drive car from source to destination. you have multiple options to choose

  1. Buy your own car – Infrastructure as a Code (Iaas)
  2. Rent a car – Platform as a Service(PaaS)
  3. Take a taxi – Software as a Service (SaaS)

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Azure App Service is an Platform as a Service Model

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In this exercise we will customise our Node.js app

Prerequisite

  1. Build CI/CD pipeline and Deploy Node.js app to Azure in 5 min with Azure DevOps Project
  2. Configure CI/CD for Node.js app in Microsoft VSTS

From the above 2 exercise we have enable Continuous Deployment and successfully deployed our first Node.js app to Azure PaaS.

Now lets customise our App. Azure Web App service provides loads of services.

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Lets look at some of the features

  • Deployment
    • Deployment Slots
    • Deployment options
    • Continuous Delivery
  • Settings
    • Application Settings
    • Authentication / Authorization
    • Backups
    • SSL certificates
    • Scale Up
    • Scale out
    • Web jobs
    • Automation Script
  • Development Tools
    • Console
    • Kudu Service
    • App service editor
    • Performance test
    • Extensions
  • Monitoring
    • Application insight
    • Diagnostics logs
    • Log Stream

 

Reference/ further reading

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/

 

 

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