Learn how Azure App Service continues to make it easier to build and run web apps on Azure—from our new container support for Linux to the new troubleshooting experience. We'll show you how the new App Service diagnostics experience walks you through checking your web app's health status, providing you with troubleshooting advice to solve your web app issues quickly and easily.Presented by: Jennifer Lee
Steve Ernst joins Scott Hanselman to introduce App Service diagnostics, which is the home for diagnosing and troubleshooting problems with your app. This intelligent service was built to diagnose many different problems and suggest targeted solutions for the customer. For more information, see: Announcing the general availability of Azure App Service diagnostics (blog)New App Service Support Center (blog)
Learn how to use the Snapshot Debugger to debug live apps in Azure App Service. By using the Snappoints feature, you can capture a snapshot of your app’s state while the app is still running. Use Logpoints to insert new logging statements in your app, on-the-fly. You also get full visibility into your exceptions with automatic snapshots from Application Insights.Presented by: Nikhil Joglekar
You can use Visual Studio Team Services to build and deploy apps in any language, including Java. With great support for tools like Maven, it's easy to create CI/CD workflows for Java-based applications. Join us as we build a Java Spring application and deploy it to Azure App Service by using Visual Studio Team Services.Presented by: Steven Murawski
Christina Compy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about exposing your internet-isolated apps with an Application Gateway. This enables you to securely host multi-tier applications on an Internal Load Balancer (ILB) App Service Environment (ASE) and only expose the front-end applications that you want to expose.For more information, see:Create and use an internal load balancer with an App Service environment (docs)
Christina Compy joins Scott Hanselman to talk about the recently relaunched App Service Hybrid Connections. This feature enables your apps in the App Service to reach resources on other networks. Those other networks can be in Azure, on-premises or networks in other cloud providers.
Web App for Containers from Azure App Service lets you bring your own Docker formatted container images and easily deploy and run them at scale with Azure. Watch this video and try App Service at aka.ms/tryappservice.
Apurva Joshi (AJ) joins Scott Hanselman to talk about App Service providing built-in image support to ASP.NET Core, Node.js, PHP, and Ruby on Linux, as well as by enabling web developers to bring their own Docker-formatted container images, which in turn supports languages like Java, Python, Go, and more.
Matt Nielson joins Donovan Brown to show off a preview of App Service Domain, which gives you a first-class experience in the Azure portal to create and manage domains that will be hosted on Azure DNS for your Azure services such as Web Apps, Traffic Manager, Virtual Machines, and more.
You love App Service, but you need to run your apps securely inside of an Azure Virtual Network. Plus having a little (or a lot) more horsepower would be nice, too. Stefan Schackow joins Scott Hanselman for a whirlwind tour of the new Isolated App Service offering: D-Seriesv2 workers running App Service all inside the secure “moat” of your Azure virtual network.