The Azure App Service has had multiple features to enable application isolation and virtual network access. Some of these capabilities required the use of an App Service Environment (ASE). New features have been developed to enable numerous use cases without the use of an ASE such as hosting line-of-business applications, accessing resources across ExpressRoute and also accessing resources that are secured with service endpoints. At the same time we are also making major improvements to the ASE and are enabling greater isolation than previously.
Josh Gavant (Sr. Program Manager) joins Erik St. Martin to show you how to run your Go apps in a managed environment with Azure Web Apps. For larger applications, AKS offers a fully-managed Kubernetes cluster for any app and service.For more information:Go on AzureAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) overviewAzure App Service - Web Apps overviewAzure for Go developers - Tutorials, API ReferenceCreate a free account (Azure)Go on Azure series:Part 1—Build Go apps with Visual Studio CodePart 2—CI/CD, Docker, and Kubernetes with VSTSPart 3—Go on Web Apps and Azure Kubernetes ServicePart 4—Cloud-native Go appsPart 5—Build apps with the Azure SDK for GoPart 6—Events and messagingPart 7—Build a Go app with Buffalo and deploy to Azure
Byron Tardif joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure App Service Web Apps, the best way to build and host web applications in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure. It offers auto-scaling and high availability, supports both Windows and Linux, and enables automated deployments from GitHub, Visual Studio Team Services, or any Git repo.For more information:Learn more about App ServiceApp Service Web Apps docsAzure App Service Best Practices for Large Scale ApplicationsCreate a free account (Azure)
Identity is an important component of modern security architectures. Apps need to handle user identities, while also using their own to interact with other downstream services. This session will explore features in App Service or Azure Functions which make working with identities simple. You will learn how to quickly get started authenticating users and performing actions in their context. You will also see how a managed identity for your app enables you to securely connect to other Azure services without needing to manage and rotate secrets.
When you choose to host your app on Azure App Service and Azure Functions, you can be rest assured that Azure continuously monitors your application. In this session, you will learn about the capabilities you can leverage to pre-empt, troubleshoot and recover from platform or customer facing issues.
Azure Friday visited various Microsoft booths in the Expo Hall at Build 2018 to learn what's new. In this episode, Scott Hanselman gets an update on Azure App Service from Stefan Schackow.For more information, see:Azure App ServiceAzure App Service docsCreate a free account (Azure)
App Service keeps pushing the boundaries on agility, scale, security and reliability. Join us for an overview session where you will learn about all the new innovations coming to the Linux and Windows variants of App Service including its container-based offerings.
Visual Studio Code is our lightweight, open source editor with an extensibility model that makes it perfect for enabling cloud-based workflows using containers, App Services, Cosmos DB, Functions, and more. See how a handful of extensions are all you need to rapidly build, debug, and deploy applications to Azure.
Archive360 discusses next-gen, cloud-first archive and complianceThe team from Archive360 joins us for an informative discussion around modern archive and compliance - including valuable insights into GDPR. Archive360 is founded by compliance veterans, and their presentation and demo are extremely educational!
Join Azure Storage and Edge Solutions Lead Tad Brockway as he welcomes Scality! Our Thoughts on Storage series features 1:1 conversations with industry leaders and innovators. In this interview, Tad and Wally MacDermid, VP of Cloud Business Development, talk about the state of the storage industry and the challenges we see customers face in a multi-cloud world.
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