Back in May during Microsoft Build, we made our own Content Delivery Network available to Azure customers. Building on our years of experience scaling enterprise-class services, opening up access to this vast amount of infrastructure previously not accessible to customers was a significant milestone for us.
We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. From June 16 to 30, 22 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers below:
Kentico Cloud is a cloud-first CMS for digital agencies. We’re excited to announce that it is now available in the Azure Marketplace . This solution leverages Azure App Service to host the front end of your application reading the content from Kentico Cloud
Announcing release of Azure App Service Environment v2 and the Isolated pricing plan
Azure offers several ways of deploying a deep-learning model (e.g. CNTK): Windows Web App, Linux (Docker) Web App, and Azure Container Services (Docker). Both of the Docker methods are perhaps more…
One C# statement to create a Web App. One statement to create a SQL Server and another statement to create a SQL Database. One statement to create an Application Gateway, etc.
You can now monitor performance counters for Azure Web Apps using Visual Studio Application Insights.
The Azure App Service is happy to announce support for the use of Internal Load Balancers (ILBs) with an App Service Environment (ASE) and the ability to deploy an ASE into a Resource Manager(V2) Azure Virtual Network.
EpiServer CMS, a platform to build web content management solutions, is now available in the Azure Marketplace. Episerver CMS is a great tool to quickly build out digital experiences for your customers and gather measurable insights to drive business decisions.
Multi URL tests are now available in production.