Azure Development with Visual Studio
Publish to Azure
Deploy your app to Azure to staging or production environments with Visual Studio, or set up continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD).
Publish an ASP.NET Core app to Azure
Publish an ASP.NET Web App to Azure
Publish Azure Functions
Continuous deployment to Azure with Visual Studio and Git
Continuous deployment to Azure with Azure Pipelines
Publish an ASP.NET Web App to an Azure VM
Azure App Services and Azure Functions
Tutorials for creating web apps and serverless functions hosted in Azure
Build and host a web app in Azure
Process events with serverless code
Azure SDK for .NET and .NET Core Developers
Develop with Docker containers, publish to Azure, use Kubernetes, and more.
Debug and Monitor Performance
Learn how to debug your app in Azure, and monitor performance.
Debug ASP.NET Core on IIS in Azure
Debug a cloud service in Azure
Debug an app running on a virtual machine
Measure performance for cloud services in Azure
Connect your apps to Azure with Visual Studio Connected Services
Quickly connect your app or service project to a variety of Azure services by using Visual Studio Connected Services to automatically add connection code and configuration.
Azure Cloud Services
Azure Cloud Services is a general-purpose technology for creating generic Azure services, with access to Azure storage and other Azure resources.
Create and configure Azure cloud service projects
Debug cloud services locally and in Azure
Use the Visual Studio profiler
Publish a cloud service to Azure
Monitor and diagnose cloud services and virtual machines running in Azure
Work with Azure resources in Visual Studio
Cloud Explorer in Visual Studio provides a convenient way to access Azure resources such as storage accounts and virtual machines.
Access Azure storage accounts in Visual Studio
Access Virtual Machines from Visual Studio
Other Azure Development Resources
With the Azure development workload installed, Visual Studio provides project templates for a variety of projects that enable you use develop using specific Azure services.