Deploy a Geo-redundant Web App behind an Azure Traffic manager using an ARM template.

This blog will guide you on how to deploy a Web App, App service plan in different geographical locations using Azure Traffic Manager to provide Geo redundancy.  I will discuss these concepts below and provide the necessary steps to achieve this .

We will familiarize ourselves with the terminology and the technologies which will be used in the blog to build out our solution:

  1. Azure APP Services
  2. Azure App Service plan
  3. App Service Editor
  4. Traffic Manager

 

1.Azure App Services

Azure App Service is a fully managed computing platform within the Azure environment that is optimized for hosting web apps, REST APIs, and mobile back ends.… [Keep reading] “Deploy a Geo-redundant Web App behind an Azure Traffic manager using an ARM template.”

Interacting with Azure Web Apps Virtual File System using PowerShell and the Kudu API

Introduction

Azure Web Apps or App Services are quite flexible regarding deployment. You can deploy via FTP, OneDrive or Dropbox, different cloud-based source controls like VSTS, GitHub, or BitBucket, your on-premise Git, multiples IDEs including Visual Studio, Eclipse and Xcode, and using MSBuild via Web Deploy or FTP/FTPs. And this list is very likely to keep expanding.

However, there might be some scenarios where you just need to update some reference files and don’t need to build or update the whole solution.… [Keep reading] “Interacting with Azure Web Apps Virtual File System using PowerShell and the Kudu API”

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