Tag: hosting

Static Website Hosting in Azure Storage

Traditional shared hosting providers generally cost anywhere between $8 – $10 USD per month. The reason is you need to reserve some CPU and Memory resources on a VM to host your website. These are […]

Free Website Hosting in Microsoft Azure

There are many excellent reasons to use Microsoft Azure to host applications and enterprise systems. There’s even plenty of criticisms on it being expensive to host small websites, however the App Service offering in Microsoft […]

Azure Marketplace: BlogEngine.NET

BlogEngine.NET is an Open Source, ASP.NET blogging engine. It can easily be hosted on any Windows Server running IIS. In addition to this, BlogEngine.NET is available within the Azure Marketplace. The Azure Marketplace offers the […]

Azure Marketplace: WordPress

WordPress is an Open Source blogging platform that’s been around since 2003. It’s the most widely used blogging platform in the world. In addition to hosting your blog at WordPress.com or self hosting in an […]

Microsoft Azure Cost Estimator Tool

The Microsoft Azure Cost Estimator Tool allows for the necessary hosting resources of an enterprise environment to be mocked up as the appropriate Azure instances that match, then it will estimate out the total cost […]

Why Microsoft Azure?

Many companies are migrating existing or building new systems on the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform. There’s a lot of buzz lately around the Cloud overall, but it can be a little unclear at first glance […]

Hosting Environment Isolation: How and Why

Automated Builds, Continuous Integrations, DevOps, Oh my!!┬áThere are a ton of buzz words surrounding the different methods and ideas for managing hosting environments and deployments. One of the greatly implied concepts that isn’t really discussed […]