Jeremy Likness
Jeremy Likness
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📅 Sep 13, 2017 🕘 1 min read 💬 130 words

Web Apps on Linux: JavaScript Jabber

In this podcast I discuss the newly released (to General Availability) Azure Web Apps on Linux with Michael Crump on JavaScript Jabber.

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It was not long ago that Microsoft announced General Availability for Azure Web Apps on Linux. This is an incredible service that supports Continuous Integration and Deployment of web apps from a variety of languages and platforms, including .NET Core, Node.js, PHP, GoLang, and more.

Azure Web Apps for Linux

Azure Web Apps for Linux

In fact, virtually any platform is supported because the underlying infrastructure is based on Web Apps for Containers, a solution that enables running, at scale, any Docker web app image. If you can containerize your app, you can run it on this service.

We cover more advanced features like logging and SSH access in the podcast, that you can listen to here:

👂 JSJ BONUS: Web Apps on Linux with Jeremy Likness and Michael Crump -

Enjoy the show!

Jeremy Likness

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