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Azure App Service in Azure Stack is a Microsoft Azure PaaS (platform as a service) option for Microsoft Azure Stack. The service allows internal and external clients to create web applications, API applications and Azure functions for any platform or device.
Technical characteristics

Key features and options of Azure App Service
  • The service supports multiple languages ​​and platforms. Azure App Service supports ASP.NET, Node.js, Java, PHP, and Python. In addition, it is possible to use Windows PowerShell and other scripts or executable files on Azure App Service virtual machines: ASP.NET Core 2.2.4, NodeJS 10.15.2, Zulu OpenJDK 8.36.0.1, Tomcat 7.0.81, Tomcat 8.5.37, Tomcat 9.0.14, PHP 5.6.39, PHP 7.0.33, PHP 7.1.25, PHP 7.2.13, Updated Kudu to 81.10329.3844
  • DevOps optimization. Support continuous integration and deployment on GitHub, local repository or BitBucket. Upgrade through test and intermediate environments and manage applications in the application service with Azure PowerShell or the cross-platform command-line interface (CLI).
  • Integration with Visual Studio. Selected tools in Visual Studio makes the process of building and deploying applications easy
Application types in Azure App Service
  • Web applications for hosting websites and web applications.
  • API applications for hosting REST API.
  • Azure Functions for hosting event-driven serverless workloads.


Azure App Service allows to automate business processes and host cloud-based APIs. Azure's integrated application service makes it easy to create a single solution that combines several components (websites, REST APIs, business processes, etc.). Clients get the opportunity to integrate their applications with applications in the local environment and automate business processes. Clients can run their applications on a computing platform shared with other users of the service or on resources allocated for client use only.

Technical characteristics
Key features and options of Azure App Service
  • The service supports multiple languages ​​and platforms. Azure App Service supports ASP.NET, Node.js, Java, PHP, and Python. In addition, it is possible to use Windows PowerShell and other scripts or executable files on Azure App Service virtual machines: ASP.NET Core 2.2.4, NodeJS 10.15.2, Zulu OpenJDK 8.36.0.1, Tomcat 7.0.81, Tomcat 8.5.37, Tomcat 9.0.14, PHP 5.6.39, PHP 7.0.33, PHP 7.1.25, PHP 7.2.13, Updated Kudu to 81.10329.3844
  • DevOps optimization. Support continuous integration and deployment on GitHub, local repository or BitBucket. Upgrade through test and intermediate environments and manage applications in the application service with Azure PowerShell or the cross-platform command-line interface (CLI).
  • Integration with Visual Studio. Selected tools in Visual Studio makes the process of building and deploying applications easy
Application types in Azure App Service
  • Web applications for hosting websites and web applications.
  • API applications for hosting REST API.
  • Azure Functions for hosting event-driven serverless workloads.

The term application refers here to resources allocated for workload performance. Most users think that a web application in a browser requires computing resources and application code. In an application service, a web application is a compute resource that Azure Stack provides for hosting application code.

An application can consist of several different Azure App Service applications. For example, if the application consists of a web interface and a REST API server part, the following options are available: - deploy both these components in a web application; - deploy the front-end code in the web application and the server-side code in the API application.

Technical characteristics
Key features and options of Azure App Service
  • The service supports multiple languages ​​and platforms. Azure App Service supports ASP.NET, Node.js, Java, PHP, and Python. In addition, it is possible to use Windows PowerShell and other scripts or executable files on Azure App Service virtual machines: ASP.NET Core 2.2.4, NodeJS 10.15.2, Zulu OpenJDK 8.36.0.1, Tomcat 7.0.81, Tomcat 8.5.37, Tomcat 9.0.14, PHP 5.6.39, PHP 7.0.33, PHP 7.1.25, PHP 7.2.13, Updated Kudu to 81.10329.3844
  • DevOps optimization. Support continuous integration and deployment on GitHub, local repository or BitBucket. Upgrade through test and intermediate environments and manage applications in the application service with Azure PowerShell or the cross-platform command-line interface (CLI).
  • Integration with Visual Studio. Selected tools in Visual Studio makes the process of building and deploying applications easy
Application types in Azure App Service
  • Web applications for hosting websites and web applications.
  • API applications for hosting REST API.
  • Azure Functions for hosting event-driven serverless workloads.
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