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This solution is built on the Azure managed services: Traffic Manager, Content Delivery Network, Azure SQL Database, Azure Cache for Redis and Azure Monitor. These services run in a high-availability environment, patched and supported, allowing you to focus on your solution instead of the environment they run in.
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- App Service Web Apps runs in multiple regions, accessible to web and mobile browsers, and is scaled out across multiple server instances.
- Traffic Manager determines which web app is geographically best placed to handle each request.
- Content Delivery Network: A content delivery network serves static content such as images, script, and CSS, and reduces the load on the Web App servers.
- Azure SQL Database: A SQL Database stores and serves data about the site.
- Azure Cache for Redis enables very fast queries, and improves scalability by reducing the load on the main database.
- Azure Blob storage provides high-performance, high-scale storage.
- Azure Monitor: Application Insights provides service health, performance monitoring, and diagnostics.
- Identity provider: An identity provider such as Azure Active Directory or Facebook handles authentication to the app.
- Deploy an ASP.NET web app to Azure App Service, using Visual Studio
- Configure Performance traffic routing method
- Use Azure CDN in Azure App Service
- SQL Database tutorial: Create a SQL database in minutes by using the Azure portal
- How to create a Web App with Azure Cache for Redis
- Get started with Azure Blob storage using .NET
- Application Performance Management with Application Insights
- How to configure your App Service application to use Facebook login