This article is a freelance project that I have worked for a client. The project was a .NET Core web app deployed in Azure DevOps using Continues Deployment and Continues Integration from GitHub and published on a IIS Server on target machine.
In this article I will show you how to deploy a ASP .NET Core Web API to Azure. Even if this a beginner guide you need to have some basic knowledge of Azure Web Apps, Visual Studio Code and ASP .NET Core Web API.
In this particle, I’ll show you a basic guide of how to deploy Virtual Machine using an Azure template. Template can be used to deploy one/multiple Virtual Machines and of course other services. But first let’s understand the role of Azure Resource Manager.
Microsoft Azure is the most known cloud provider that enables you to build, deploy, monitor, and scale cloud hosted services. Deployment in Azure is flexible, you can deploy your code from Visual Studio, from GitHub, from Azure DevOps, and Azure portal.
When you start learning to code in paralel you need to learn how to use some basic tools like Git & GitHub. In this article, I’ll give you some hints how to get starting with these tools. If you read the article until the end I’ll get you up and running with the basics. There’s a lot of informations to learn if you want to use Git and GitHub in a professional way, of course but with this article you can get just an introductory!