Build, Deploy, and Scale with Azure App Service
Quickly and easily create enterprise-ready web and mobile apps for any platform or device, and deploy them on a scalable and reliable cloud infrastructure
Azure App Service is a fully managed platform as a service (PaaS) offering for developers. It lets you create web apps and APIs faster with a one-of-a-kind cloud service to develop enterprise-ready web and mobile apps quickly and easily for any platform or device and deploy them on a scalable and reliable cloud infrastructure. Azure App Service enables productivity and innovation for more than two million apps and sites on Azure.
App Service adds the power of Microsoft Azure to your application, including security, load balancing, autoscaling, and automated management. You can also take advantage of its DevOps capabilities, such as continuous deployment from Azure DevOps, GitHub, Docker Hub, and other sources, package management, staging environments, custom domain, and TLS/SSL certificates.
Velosio has deep expertise in Azure app development. Leverage our experience to further speed your development and deployment projects.
How Azure App Service Can Help Your Organization
React to traffic loads with Azure Autoscale, and perform traffic routing and load-balancing through Azure Front Door.
Rigorous security and compliance standards, including SOC and PCI, for seamless deployments in the cloud, Azure Government, and on premises.
Authenticate users with Azure Active Directory or external authentication providers like Google, Facebook, Twitter, or Microsoft.
Support for Containerization
Azure App service runs on top of Microsoft’s PaaS offering. Applications can be containerized and packaged to be scalable and platform independent. Bring your code or container using the framework language of your choice.
Scale with Enterprise-Grade Service
Get high availability with a service-level agreement (SLA)-backed uptime of 99.95 percent. Simplify operations with automatic platform maintenance and security patching.
Access On-Premises Data
With App Service, you can continue to access data on your on-premise servers using Hybrid Connections and Azure Virtual Networks.
Build and Host with the Best — Azure App Service
Since Azure App Service is a PaaS offering, you are only responsible for managing your business application and its data. Azure handles everything else. You don’t have to expend resources managing the network or underlying infrastructure, for example, or installing the operating system updates, critical patches, runtime, or middleware components. This gives you more bandwidth to focus on designing, developing, and maintaining your application and data.
As part of the Azure ecosystem, App Service works in concert with other Azure solutions, including Azure Autoscale, Azure Front Door, Azure Content Delivery Network, Azure Web Application Firewall, Azure Mobile Apps, Azure Containers, Azure Monitor, and more.
Velosio works with DevOps teams to help you secure and leverage Microsoft Azure App Service. In addition, we work directly with businesses to design, develop, and deploy advanced web and mobile applications. Velosio is your Microsoft Azure resource — let us help you speed your cloud development projects.
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