How to: Remotely debug an Azure Web APP?

This post is in continuation of the post where I have explained how to host an Azure web app. In this post, I am going to show how to debug an Azure web app remotely. For the demo purpose, I have created a new web project and published the website on Azure following the steps in the post with one difference. For this demo, I have hosted the web app using Debug profile (and not Release profile) as we want to remotely debug website. To start with, I am going to use Visual Studio 2015 Update 3. Below are the steps […]

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How to: Host your First Azure Web App

If you have never hosted a web site on Azure and need some guidance, you are at the right place. When you have a web application, you can host it in 3 different ways in Azure – as an Azure Web App, as an Azure Cloud Service or inside a Azure Virtual Machine. In this post, I am going to cover Azure Web App. An Azure Web App is a fully managed environment available in Azure for hosting web sites and web applications quickly. Previously, this service was called as Azure Website. Now, it is part of the bigger offering called Azure app […]

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How to: Get Started with Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is one of the leading cloud platforms across the globe. At the time of writing this post, Azure has 32 regions generally available and 6 regions coming up soon. It has data centers across the globe including US, Canada, Brazil, Europe, India, China and so on. Check out the updated list of Azure Regions here.Choosing appropriate region or data center to host your application/data depends upon the laws and data restrictions which might vary from country to country. Microsoft Azure conforms with industry-wide global standards including ISO, HIPAA, HITRUST etc.. Check out Microsoft Trust Center for more details […]

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