Microsoft Announces The Availability Of Azure App Service

Azure App Service

Today, Microsoft is announcing availability of Azure App Service, a fully managed service which allows developers to easily build employee, partner, and customer-facing apps for any platform or device. This solution integrates the Microsoft Azure Websites, Mobile Services, and Biztalk Services into a single service, and adds new capabilities enabling integration with any on-premises or cloud system.

Azure App Service provides developers with everything they need to build:

  • Web Apps – Web Apps, formerly Azure Websites, provide a robust set of Web app capabilities including support for the most popular Web development frameworks, such as .NET, Java, PHP, Python and more, and full DevOps support through continuous integration with Visual Studio Online, GitHub, Bitbucket and more. Web Apps enable enterprises to connect with existing apps and services on-premises through hybrid connectivity and AD integration while ensuring compliance, auditing and data retention requirements are met.
  • Mobile Apps – Mobile Apps provides a rich set of backend capabilities for native Windows, iOS and Android mobile platforms as well as multi-platform environments like Xamarin and Cordova. Mobile apps make it easy to engage users with push notifications, authentication with popular identity providers including Active Directory, and store cloud data including offline sync.
  • Logic Apps – Our new Logic Apps offering allows any technical user or developer the ability to automate process execution across popular consumer and commercial services as well as custom APIs on-premises to help solve even tricky integration scenarios with ease. Logic Apps also include our advanced set of Azure BizTalk service capabilities for even the most advanced enterprise integration scenarios.
  • API Apps – also new, API Apps provide developers the ability to discover, host, and manage APIs including built-in support for enterprise systems such as SAP, Siebel and Oracle and popular services such as Salesforce, Zendesk, Dynamics CRM Online, Office 365 and many others. With API Apps, developers can select from a rich library of existing APIs as well as create their own APIs easily for private or public use.

Sign up and get a free trial of App Service at: http://tryappservice.azure.com.

Read more about it from the Official Microsoft Blog and the Azure blog for additional detail.

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