Create an ASP.NET web app in Azure
Publish to Azure
In the Solution Explorer, right-click the myFirstAzureWebApp project and select Publish.
Make sure that Microsoft Azure App Service is selected and select Publish.
This opens the Create App Service dialog, which helps you create all the necessary Azure resources to run the ASP.NET web app in Azure.
Sign in to Azure
In the Create App Service dialog, select Add an account, and sign in to your Azure subscription. If you’re already signed in, select the account containing the desired subscription from the dropdown.
If you’re already signed in, don’t select Create yet.
Create a resource group
A resource group is a logical container into which Azure resources like web apps, databases, and storage accounts are deployed and managed.
Next to Resource Group, select New.
Name the resource group myResourceGroup and select OK.
Create an App Service plan
An App Service plan specifies the location, size, and features of the web server farm that hosts your app. You can save money when hosting multiple apps by configuring the web apps to share a single App Service plan.
App Service plans define:
- Region (for example: North Europe, East US, or Southeast Asia)
- Instance size (small, medium, or large)
- Scale count (1 to 20 instances)
- SKU (Free, Shared, Basic, Standard, or Premium)
Next to App Service Plan, select New.
In the Configure App Service Plan dialog, use the settings in the table following the screenshot.
|App Service Plan||myAppServicePlan||Name of the App Service plan.|
|Location||West Europe||The datacenter where the web app is hosted.|
|Size||Free||Pricing tier determines hosting features.|
Create and publish the web app
In Web App Name, type a unique app name (valid characters are
-), or accept the automatically generated unique name. The URL of the web app is
<app_name> is your web app name.
Select Create to start creating the Azure resources.
Once the wizard completes, it publishes the ASP.NET web app to Azure, and then launches the app in the default browser.
The web app name specified in the create and publish step is used as the URL prefix in the format
Congratulations, your ASP.NET web app is running live in Azure App Service.
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