Monthly Archives: October 2017

Run Background tasks with Azure WebJobs

You can run programs or scripts in WebJobs in your Azure App Service web app in three ways: on demand, continuously, or on a schedule. There is no additional cost to use WebJobs. The Azure WebJobs SDK simplifies many WebJobs … Continue reading

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Azure Functions Overview

Azure Functions is a solution for easily running small pieces of code, or “functions,” in the cloud. You can write just the code you need for the problem at hand, without worrying about a whole application or the infrastructure to … Continue reading

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Key Features of Azure App Service

Here are some key features and capabilities of App Service: Multiple languages and frameworks – App Service has first-class support for ASP.NET, Node.js, Java, PHP, and Python. You can also run Windows PowerShell and other scripts or executables on App … Continue reading

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Key App Service Features for Azure Mobile Apps

The following¬†App Service¬†features are important for mobile production sites: Auto Scaling – App Service enables you to quickly scale-up or out to handle any incoming customer load. Manually select the number and size of VMs or set up auto-scaling to … Continue reading

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Geo-Distributed Scale with Azure App Service Environments

Application scenarios which require very high scale can exceed the compute resource capacity available to a single deployment of an app. Voting applications, sporting events, and televised entertainment events are all examples of scenarios that require extremely high scale. High … Continue reading

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Azure App Service Web App Advanced Config and Extensions

By using XML Document Transformation (XDT) declarations, you can transform the ApplicationHost.config file in your web app in Azure App Service. You can also use XDT declarations to add private extensions to enable custom web app administration actions. This article … Continue reading

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Provision SQL Data Warehouse (Azure Portal)

To provision an Azure SQL Data Warehouse, you can use the Azure portal or Azure PowerShell. After signing in to the Azure portal, click New + Databases > SQL Data Warehouse. In the SQL Data Warehouse blade, fill in the … Continue reading

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