Join Mike Benkovich for an in-depth discussion in this video Provision services with Visual Studio, part of Azure Enterprise Development: 2 Application Services.
- [Instructor] Now we're going to show…how we can publish an app into Azure from Visual Studio…if you have an existing app, like I have here.…It's a really beautiful app called myASPNetWebApp.…If I run it, it's just a simple template.…I can create this by going out…and saying new ASP.NET application.…What we're going to do is we can take this,…right click on it, go down to publish,…and this is where it'll give us some choices…as to where we want to publish to.…Notice I can go to the Azure App Service.…I could go to Files.…
Over here we have the Azure Virtual Machines…which we covered in the first course…and then I can say go out and create a new app service…or I can publish to the existing one.…So if I want to create new,…I would click the publish button…and I can go out and pick the application name.…I can pick the subscription, select the resource group.…It already knows I have a hosting plan…so it already wants to put that in there…and then it will go out and provision that and put it out.…But I want to publish this…
Learn how to provision new application services, set up autoscaling and deployment options, and use the different application types. Software architect and former Microsoft evangelist Mike Benkovich reviews options such as Continuous Delivery and DevOps Projects, Mobile Apps, and Logic Apps, which connect your applications to business-critical software such as Salesforce, Office 365, Dropbox, and more. He also shows how to stay on top of behavior and performance issues with Azure monitoring tools (including the powerful Application Insights feature), and debug any issues that arise.
- Provisioning application services
- Scaling and deployment options
- Developing for DevOps
- Developing with Mobile Apps and Logic Apps
- Monitoring Azure applications
- Debugging Azure applications