2019-10-22T04:42:00Z

What is your primary use case for Microsoft Azure App Service?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 10Real User

We have our application on Azure and it does a REST call through the App Service, which in turn connects to our on-premises database. We are using Tomcat and Java in conjunction with this service. This product is user-friendly and the customization is good.

2020-10-30T00:19:36Z
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Top 10Real User

We primarily use the solution to create a website. Azure will provide infrastructure without any servers and can provide service to host the websites of the company.

2020-10-23T22:47:47Z
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Top 5Real User

Our primary use case of the solution is for ETL. We're slowly moving everything over to Azure, so I think this will be our expected hub for the near future. I'm the chief analytics officer and we are a Microsoft partner.

2020-08-23T08:17:26Z
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The primary use case has been pretty vague so far. Right now, my scope is on DevOps. I'm looking at it from the point of view of having a DevOps platform. We already have a team foundation server and are working from the cloud.

2020-03-09T08:07:00Z
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We wanted to build a web application, so we started exploring whether we should do it on-premise or on cloud. We already had an Azure subscription and then we decided to do it on Azure. I like the solution because if you want to do something, even if it is a simple proof of concept, you can use a daily subscription. You can do it within minutes and it makes things move a lot faster compared to traditional data center models.

2019-10-22T04:42:00Z
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