Join Mike Benkovich for an in-depth discussion in this video Settings and slots, part of Azure Enterprise Development: 2 Application Services.
- [Instructor] So Azure Web App settings.…Within the portal, there's a lot of different settings…that we can go out and change and work with.…Specifically, Application Settings allow us…to go out and configure things that change…the way that the application itself works,…things like the framework and platform.…Application Services has many different…platforms available, and you can pick…the version that you want to run.…So for instance, you can change the….NET Framework version, PHP, Python.…You can also set the platform to be 32-bit or 64-bit.…
You also have the opportunity to go out…and turn on and off WebSockets.…Because you can run multiple app services…in a given hosting plan, the Always On option…lets me select the ones that I want to…keep in memory so there's not a startup time…error lag in the performance when I…go out to the site.…We only want to do this with the production sites…that you want to keep active.…And also, if you're doing continuous Web jobs,…you'd also want to be able to turn on the Always On setting.…
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