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Azure contains a number of devices for hosting your applications and components. It has several options to deploy the services.  Hence choosing the right tool to handle the Azure deployment will depend on your environment. Besides, there are different Azure deployment groups for an application. The applications may be a web application or mobile application. In the past, web apps were known as websites. But today, those are referred to as web applications. Now let us discuss the Azure deployment model for an application.

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Tools to set up Azure deployment for an application:

Microsoft Azure provides different ways to build and deploy an application. They create several categories for Azure deployment cloud service types. The following are the tools used to build azure deployment for an application.

 1)Azure App Service:

With the help of Azure app service, we can easily publish web-based projects for the following categories.

a)Web Apps: 

It is used for Websites or web applications that are written in .NET, Java, PHP, Node.js, and python. Azure web apps support various tools such as  GitHub Webhooks, Jenkins, Visual Studio Team Services as well as TeamCity, etc.

b)Mobile Apps: 

These projects are providing support for mobile devices.  And also they allow authentication with social providers as well as with Azure  Active Directory. These projects provide backend storage and also integrates with Azure Notification hubs to receiving notifications.

c)API Apps: 

The cloud APIs can easily integrate with Swagger metadata. So clients can easily recognize how to consume them. 

d)Logic apps

It uses various connectors to build powerful integration solutions very fastly. The connectors can be custom-built as well as out-of-the-box.  The Out-of-the-box connector can contain already planned solutions. They are responsible to work with data and devices around the cloud. Some of the currently available connectors are SaaS and cloud-based connectors. They provide services like Salesforce, Office 365, Twitter, Dropbox as well as Google services, etc.

2)Azure Virtual Machines:

These are the standard virtual Machines and contain a large collection of pre-configure Windows or Linux servers. VMs are allowed with full machine configuration services along with the roles to support, updates, software installations as well as administration. They offer the Azure IaaS layer.

3)Azure Functions:

These provide serverless style, that responds to business needs and developers. Besides, this allows writing code directly through the web portal. With the help of these functions, a team can consistently and securely connect each function to different Azure services.

4)Azure Service Fabric:

It uses a package to deploy and manage scalable and reliable microservices.

5)Azure Cloud Services:

It is the PaaS layer of Azure. It is placed between App service and Virtual machines. Cloud services handle the App service as well as they enable developers to build n-tier cloud apps.

6)Azure Container Service(Docker):

This is one of the kinds of OS virtualization. It allows teams to  Azure deployment of applications in a more efficient and predictable way. Besides, Azure Container Service supports Docker tools to manage the containers. 

Azure Deployment Best Practices:

There are a few steps to do an Azure deployment. First, the code is tested and then synchronized with a source code manager.  Soon after the engine and versions are added to all assemblies and code is compiled, a package is created. And, we can upload it to the Azure platform.

 The following are the Azure deployment best practices.

a)Preparing the Application for publishing:

After preparation of an application, we need to release and publishing them as well as we have to validate our Azure hosting environment first. So, we need to focus on the host, management as well as the execution of our cloud application. And can upload the deployment package to our staging or production environments.

b)Azure tools to optimize, Automate and Monitor:

Microsoft provides different tools. They can help to increase and automate the deployment process. Those tools are MSBuild scripts and the Azure Service Management API.  Besides this API can use to provide an interface to the management portal and creates packages directly from the VS project. Moreover, we can upload this package from a specific cloud environment.

c)Using the Azure Management Portal:

A developer can finally use the Azure Management portal to manage an already deployed application. Besides Azure service can access some of the managed environments called deployment slots. These slots are capable of organizing, managing as well as for any other environments. 

d)Sensitivity in the Cloud-Based Applications:

The Cloud-based application can run into different ways that are related to environment and architecture.

e)Data Management:

It is the key feature of the Azure app services. Besides, it has the capability to manage data under different conditions. Data is generally hosted in different locations and across multiple servers for certain reasons such as performance, scalability or availability.

f)Design and Implementation:

It contains flexibility and integrity in components to design and deployment as well as maintainability. Moreover, it clarifies the administration, development, and the reusability of components and subsystems. Decisions that are making during the design and implementation phase have a huge impact on quality.  And also they have a total cost of ownership of cloud-hosted applications and services.

In this article, I have explained about Azure deployment and its tools. These are the popular Azure Deployment tools that were trending in the market. And it depends on the organization to choose the right tools according to the project. I hope this article gives awareness about azure deployment. 

 
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