Web App Service allows you to deploy, scale, adjust, and monitor applications in an easy, efficient, secure, and flexible manner. You do not need to maintain the underlying infrastructure. You only pay for the cloud resources that you use. Web App Service supports multiple development languages, such as Java, Python, Node.js, PHP, Go, Ruby, and .NET Core.
- Ease of Use With Web App Service, you do not need to learn about the configuration and management of infrastructure that is required to run the application. You can prioritize and focus on writing application code. In a team, you can distribute configuration description files to all members to build deployment environments. These configuration description files are stored in a shared repository or a source code management platform. If you are using any open-source technologies, you can use common configuration description files distributed by Web App Service or open-source technology providers to quickly build testing or production environments.
- Multiple Programming Languages Supports multiple mainstream development languages, such as Java, Python, Node.js, PHP, Go, Ruby, and .NET Core. With open plug-ins provided by Web App Service, you can create applications that are developed in more programming languages.
- Multiple Access Methods You can access Web App Service by using the console or CLI tool. You can perform operations in a Web interface (console) that runs on a Web browser. You can also create multiple shell scripts that each include a set of basic commands as a reusable toolset that applies to specific scenarios. With standard API operations and SDKs of multiple languages, Web App Service is accessible by any third-party services.
- Real-time Monitoring Web App Service is currently working towards providing built-in basic monitoring and service monitoring (coming soon) features. These features will provide real-time monitoring of deployment environments in terms of health status and performance. You can view and download logs by using the console or a client program to quickly locate any errors that occur during the startup or running of applications. Based on different development languages, Web App Service also provides specific diagnostic features to help you improve performance and fix any unexpected issues.