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>>So, Acer has several ways to host web applications in a cloud. But the four most common are web apps, virtual machines, containers, and static hosting. Each of these options exists because they do something unique or something really well. And you want to choose the one that's the best match for your architecture and your budget but most importantly, your business requirements. So let's take a closer look at each of those services. Acer web apps is the most common Acer service used to host web apps. It's the option you're most likely going to use for a new web application. It gives you an IaaS Infrastructure in the cloud. You're going to get compute, storage, and hosting resources without any installation or maintenance work on your site. It offers all-over scaling, high availability, supports Windows, and even Linux if you're running a Linux environment. It enables automated deployments from GitHub, visual studio team services, or any git repo. So in the other end of the spectrum is the virtual machine. Using a virtual machine is a good choice when you need to completely customize your hosting infrastructure. It's also an easy option when you're migrating from an existing on-premises server, because you can replicate your content from your on-premises set-up straight into the cloud. VMs let you control resources like compute power and memory size. And you can choose the operating system and hosting technology. If you find you need more power, you can scale up the capabilities of that VM or you can scale out by creating additional instances. This level of control comes with more work for you. It's basically your job to run the updates, apply patches, and perform general maintenance, because you own that entire experience. Next is a web app container. This is most likely going to be a good fit if your web application uses a microservice architecture that requires containerization. It provides a nice middle ground of features between web apps and VMs. You get managed features, like auto scaling, infrastructure maintenance, load bouncing, while still being able to customize Eos, the packages, the runtime framework, and even the tooling that's installed in the container. And finally, if you don't need server-side compute resources, then Acer static hosting is an excellent option. And it's a great choice for small businesses or personal websites. You can include web content like HTML, images, CSS, and client-side JavaScript. But you won't have any server-side code execution. This is a cost effective and scalable solution with no server management. If you're still deciding which Acer hosting service is best for your project, here are some questions you'll want to consider. Are you porting an existing project or are you going to start fresh? How much server customization do you need? Do you have time to maintain your servers or do you prefer Azure to do that all for you? Your answers are going to help guide your decision-making process. No matter what your needs are, you can be confident Azure has a great hosting option for you and your project.

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Posted by: csintl on Aug 29, 2018


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