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Building and Deploying Websites with Azure App Service and Docker Compose: A Brief Guide

To build a website and host it in Azure Storage, you can follow these steps:


Azure App Service

  1. Configure your Azure storage account for static website hosting by enabling the feature and creating a container named '$web'.

  2. Upload your website content to the '$web' container using any of the available tools such as Azure CLI, Azure PowerShell module, AzCopy, Azure Storage Explorer, Azure Pipelines, or Visual Studio Code extension



To deploy your website using Docker Compose file in Azure App Service, you can follow these steps:


  • Create a Docker image of your web application and store it in a repository in Azure Container Registry.

  • Use Azure App Service to deploy a web application based on the Docker image.

  • Configure continuous deployment for the web app by using a webhook that monitors the Docker image for changes.

Here are some use cases of deploying web applications using Docker Compose file in Azure App Service:


  1. Multi-container applications: You can use Docker Compose file to deploy multi-container applications to Azure App Service.

  2. Serverless applications: You can use Docker Compose file to deploy serverless applications using Azure Functions.


By following these steps, you can build and host your website in Azure Storage and deploy it in Azure using Docker Compose file.

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