Join Nate Barbettini for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a site and app pool, part of Deploying ASP.NET Core Applications.
- [Instructor] Now that the IIS components,…and the .NET core tooling is installed…on the server machine, we can configure IIS…to host the ASP.NET core application.…The first step, is opening up the IIS manager,…which I can do from the taskbar, here, in Windows 10,…by typing iis, and opening up the manager.…First, I need to create a website,…that will represent my .NET core application.…I can do that by right clicking on sites,…and clicking add website.…I'm going to call mine HelloCoreWorld.…
And, I need to pick a physical path where these files,…and the binaries are going to live, for my website.…In this case, I have a really simple directory, here,…called websites, and a sub-directory called HelloCoreWorld.…That'll keep it simple. And, if you have…an external, or internal domain name…that you want to use for this website,…you can enter it, here, for the host name.…In my case, I'm just doing local testing for now,…so I'm going to enter local host.…When I click OK, IIS will create this website,…and, also, create an app pool, to go along with it.…
- Setting up your ASP.NET project
- Setting up IIS
- Creating an IIS site and app pool
- Publishing your app with Visual Studio or the command line
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Linux
- Deploying with Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Deploying to IIS
3. Deploying to Azure
Get started with Azure1m 4s
4. Deploying to Linux
5. Deploying with Docker
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