Author: Kedar Joshi

A/B Testing of Web Apps using Traffic routing feature

Introduction A/B Testing feature gives you an amazing way to test new website content, processes, workflows, etc. by routing the production traffic into multiple slots. At a very high level, you split your website’s traffic between two deployments of code and measure the success of each version of the site based on your needs. Normally…

Using “Kudu” to Manage Azure Web Apps

Introduction We discussed about creating a web app on Azure using Visual Studio here and through eclipse here. In this blog, we’ll go through Kudu – a managing & monitoring service available for every App Service on Azure. Web Apps Dashboard on Azure Once Web App is created successfully, we can see Web App management...

Create Java Based Web App in Azure using Eclipse IDE

Introduction We discussed creating a web app on Azure using Visual Studio here. In this Blog, we’ll elaborate the details of creating a Java-based Web App through Eclipse development Platform. Create Web Apps in Azure using Eclipse In this tutorial, let’s create sample Java web app in Eclipse and publish it to Azure. Prerequisite Java…

Create Your First Web App in Azure!

Introduction We talked about Azure App Service and advantages of Web App in our previous blog titled ‘Web App Hosting and App Services options in Azure.’ In the upcoming series of blogs, we will deep dive into Web App Development by discussing various areas like app creation, deployment, performance monitoring and security through series of…

Web App Hosting and App Services options in Azure

Introduction Gone are the days when Enterprises use Cloud platforms just for fulfilling their infrastructure needs. Cloud platforms are getting smarter, more intelligent and helping organizations provide complete development and deployment environment in the cloud with resources for delivering everything from simple cloud based apps to more sophisticated enterprise multiplatform apps through PaaS (Platform as…