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Hello, fellow tech enthusiasts! Today, I'm excited to kick off my AzureAdventures series, where I'll be diving headfirst into the fascinating world of Azure and cloud computing. My goal is to explore the vast opportunities that cloud computing offers and share my journey, experiences, and knowledge with all of you.
The AzureAdventures Mission
So, why am I embarking on this AzureAdventures journey? Here are a few key reasons:
Learning: I've always been passionate about technology, and cloud computing, in particular, has piqued my interest. AzureAdventures will serve as a platform for me to learn and expand my skills in this rapidly evolving field.
Sharing: As I learn and explore Azure, I want to share my experiences, insights, and discoveries with the community. It's all about giving back and helping others on their cloud computing journeys.
Networking: AzureAdventures isn't just about personal growth; it's also about connecting with like-minded professionals, potential employers, and cloud enthusiasts who share a passion for Azure and cloud technologies.
My first adventure: Deploying a Web App with Azure App Service
To kick off my AzureAdventures journey, I decided to start with a practical challenge: deploying a web app using Azure App Service. This task allowed me to get hands-on experience with Azure's capabilities right from the get-go. Here are the steps I followed:
Step 1: Clone the Repository
I began by cloning a sample repository from GitHub that contained the code for the web app I wanted to deploy:
bashCopy codegit clone https://github.com/fouldsy/azure-mol-samples-2nd-ed.git
Step 2: Navigate to the Project Directory
Next, I navigated to the project directory within the cloned repository:
bashCopy codecd azure-mol-samples-2nd-ed/03/prod
Step 3: Initialize a Git Repository
I initialized a new Git repository within the project directory:
csharpCopy codegit init
Step 4: Add and Commit the Code
With the Git repository set up, I added all the project files and committed them:
sqlCopy codegit add . git commit -m "Initial commit"
Step 5: Configure Azure App Service Deployment
To deploy the web app to Azure, I configured the Azure App Service deployment user:
sqlCopy codeaz webapp deployment user set --user-name myusername --password mypassword
Step 6: Configure Local Git Deployment
I configured local Git deployment for my Azure App Service, specifying the app name and resource group:
luaCopy codeaz webapp deployment source config-local-git \ --name myappname \ --resource-group myresourcegroup -o tsv
Step 7: Push to Azure
Finally, I pushed the code to Azure using Git:
perlCopy codegit push azure master
And just like that, my web app was deployed to Azure App Service! I could access it through the provided URL, and it was live for the world to see.
This was just the beginning of my AzureAdventures journey, and I can't wait to share more challenges, projects, and discoveries with you all. In upcoming posts, I'll delve into more advanced topics, explore different Azure services, and tackle real-world cloud computing scenarios.
Stay tuned for the next installment of AzureAdventures as we venture further into the Azure cloud and unlock its incredible potential. Whether you're a seasoned Azure pro or just starting your cloud computing journey, I invite you to join me on this exciting adventure!
Have questions, suggestions, or topics you'd like me to cover in future posts? Feel free to reach out, and let's learn and grow together in the world of Azure.
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Happy cloud computing, and until next time, keep exploring!