Azure App Services 101

Portuguese Introductory and overview Web

An introduction about Azure App Services by explaining the concept of Platform as a Service and explain the App Service Plan and App Service difference. Also, shows the available resources depending the tier you are using, and some of the features available in App Services such as Deployment slots, Configuration, Authentication / Authorization, Backups, Custom Domains, Networking and Scale Up & Out.


Vinicius Deschamps

Cloud Engineer @ Valtech

14 years working in Microsoft environments, Certified Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, Creator & Founder of Azure Floripa meetup

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