Azure Static Web Apps was first announced in preview in May 2020 and today we are announcing the general availability of Azure Static Web Apps, including a free plan for easy product exploration and a standard plan for advanced capabilities supported by an enterprise Service Level Agreement (SLA). The Azure Static Web Apps hosting service aligns with the growing demand from consumers and businesses to establish a web presence with global reach and minimal effort.
Python support for Azure Functions is now generally available and ready to host your production workloads across data science and machine learning, automated resource management, and more.
Serverless technologies empower developers to focus on the differentiating business logic in their apps as opposed to infrastructure management.
Azure App Service is announcing the Public Preview of the Premium V2 tier!
Built by the PHP experts at Zend, Z-Ray delivers unmatched runtime insights into PHP applications, including visibility into database queries, functions, errors and warnings, memory consumption to monitor and analyze application activity.
Azure App Service customers now have a more direct and personalized connection with the App Service platform thanks to the new App Service recommendations feature.
Managing content publishing contributions is an area where Azure Websites customers can directly benefit from the new Role Based Access Control (RBAC) functionality available in Azure.
Site Extensions are management endpoints allows extending your site management tools. You can create new site extensions for use with your websites and also submit new site extensions through the Site Extension Gallery submission portal.
The Windows Azure Web Sites (WAWS) team passionately invests in a support model for development stacks that allows your web apps to start running quickly and gives your web apps room to grow. This…