Azure App Service has supported running containers for a while now, both in standard App Service and in Azure Functions. Setting this up through the UI is pretty straightforward, however, creating the same setup using Infrastructure as code can be a bit tricky. There are several different configuration settings that need to be added that are not always obvious. In this article, we will cover them what these are and when to use them and put them all together in one place.
Private Link has just been added to the array of networking options in Azure Web Apps. Let’s look at the options and when you would use them
A web app in Azure actually consists of two things, an App Service Plan and an App Service, what is not always clear is why they are two things and what the purpose of the plan part is. The App Service is fairly easy to understand, it’s the actual instance of your web application, it’s where you deploy your code, set up SSL certificates, connection strings etc. The App Service Plan is a little less clear, when you create your app you select a plan and this determines what you pay, but it’s not entirely obvious what it is for, why it’s a separate things, or what you can do with it.