Part 2 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Creating a web app in azure


This article is a part of 5 article series named All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan, Important links for the series -

Part 1 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Introduction

Part 2 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Creating a web app in azure

Part 3 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Change the resource group of a web app

Part 4 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Change the App service plan of a Web App

Part 5 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Move Subscription of a Web App


Creating a web app in azure -

Log into portal.azure.com & click on the App Services from the left pane :-


Under App services, Click on Add :-


Select Web App :-


Click on Create :-



A new blade will open which will ask for web app details like -

App Name
Subscription
Resource Group
App Service Plan

Note - While creating an web app we need to take care about Resource Group & App Service Plan. You can change the resource group any time but if you try to change the app service plan then the new app service plan should have the same Location/SKU/Plan/subscription and should be present in the same resource group on which you are trying to move the web app.

Here i have named my app as deploymywindowsapp & have created a resource group called dmwresgrp.

After this click on "App service plan/Location" -

 Click on create new -

 Provide the needed details & click OK-

 After the app service plan is created click on create to create the web app -


Before the web app is created a validation process will run which will validate all the provided settings & after the completion of this validation process the web app creation process will start automatically.


Once the deployment of the web app is complete a notification will appear in the bell icon on the top ribbon of azure portal.


After the web app is created check the provided details -


Notice that there is a "Change" link right next to the resource group, This option will allow to change the resource group of this web app any time -
 

Let's see what's inside the resource group, click on the resource group -

 There's our web app & app service plan present in the resource group -


Also, Notice that there is a "Move" button present in the resource group. This will allow us to move the resources from one Azure subscription to another -


In the next article we will see how we can change Resource Group/App Service Plan of a Web app & also migrate the Web app from one azure subscription to another.

Next Article of the series -

Part 3 - All About Azure Resource group, Web API & App Service Plan : Change the resource group of a web app


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