Creating & managing Azure App Service Plans4 min read


Azure providing a best app service plan for hosting platform. it can be supporting many languages, Easy way to implementation & configuration.  and develop with any kind of resources. If you integrated your app in azure, you can monitor & scale up any time. if you are visual studio developer, you will feel great experience

Let’s get start it…

Open Azure portal>Go to App Services. Currently my list is empty. Click “Add” button at the top of the blade.

You can choose any of those service. If your application wants to connect with Database or do you want create php site with wordpress with Linux hosting.

After click “create” button, it open new blade for new app service. Enter unique app service name. select resource group 

Currently I have selected windows OS. You have choice to select Linux and docker.

Linux developer can select any the below language with version

If you use Docker, you can also more feature

App Service Plan:

App service plan default selected free. Based on application requirement we can select app service plan

Select create new plan. Another blade shows the pricing tiers with workload methods. each pricing tier following some extra features.

Shared compute: Free and Shared, the two base tiers, runs an app on the same Azure VM as other App Service apps, including apps of other customers. These tiers allocate CPU quotas to each app that runs on the shared resources, and the resources cannot scale out.

Dedicated compute: The Basic, Standard, Premium, and PremiumV2 tiers run apps on dedicated Azure VMs. Only apps in the same App Service plan share the same compute resources. The higher the tier, the more VM instances are available to you for scale-out.

Isolated: This tier runs dedicated Azure VMs on dedicated Azure Virtual Networks, which provides network isolation on top of compute isolation to your apps. It provides the maximum scale-out capabilities

As per my need I have selected S1 Standard pricing tier.

For this app service plan, I can create up to 10 instances & deployment use slot bases. Like Production, Testing & Dev environment.

Once deployment is done, you can know URL & deploy path from app service blade

Finally, my site is running & I can monitor about my site

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Thiruppathi Rengasamy
I 'm a .Net Developer & Blogger. And also I'm working as senior software engineer in Microsoft Technologies for 5+ Years.I would like to spend my precious time in writing articles, research in .Net technologies and to learn new technologies.