If you are studying for Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Exam, this guide will help you with quick revision before the exam. it can use as study notes for your preparation.Dashboard Other Certification Notes
- Azure App Service is an HTTP-based service.
- Enables you to build and host many types of web-based solutions without managing infrastructure.
- E.g. you can host web apps, mobile back-ends, and RESTful APIs in several supported programming languages.
- Supports different frameworks such as .NET, .NET Core, Java, Ruby, Node.js, PHP, Python..
- Can scale on both both Windows and Linux-based environments.
- Allows developers to create mobile backend as a service (MBaaS)
- Features include
- Offline data synchronization
- Broadcasting push notifications
- Integration with identity providers including Azure Active Directory, Google, Twitter, Facebook, and Microsoft
- Online store that hosts applications that are certified and optimized to run in Azure.
- Many types of applications are available, e.g. AI / web applications.
- Deployments from the store are done via the Azure portal using a wizard-style user interface.
- Makes evaluating different solutions easy.
Category Description Dev / Test Ideal for less demanding workloads. Focused on providing shared infrastructure. Additional features include custom domains / SSL and manual scale. Production Ideal for more demanding workloads. Additional features include staging slots, daily backups, and a traffic manager. Isolated Ideal for workloads that require advanced networking and fine-grained scaling.
Within each category, there are different pricing tiers.
Scale up an App Service
- Open the Azure portal
- From the left-hand navigation menu (may need to click on menu icon), select Dashboard
- Select the App Service with the name you chose it in the previous exercise.
- Under Settings you see many configurable settings
- Select Scale up (App service plan).