Originally posted on Kloud’s blog.
An Azure App Service Environment (ASE) is a premium Azure App Service hosting environment which is dedicated, fully isolated, and highly scalable. It clearly brings advanced features for hosting Azure App Services which might be required in different enterprise scenarios. But being this a premium service, it comes with a premium price tag. Due to its cost, a proper business case and justification are to be prepared before architecting a solution based on this interesting PaaS offering on Azure.
When planning to deploy Azure App Services, an organisation has the option of creating an Azure Service Plan and hosting them there. This might be good enough for most of the cases. However, when higher demands of scalability and security are present, a dedicated and fully isolated App Service Environment might be necessary.
Below, I will summarise the information required to make a decision regarding the need of using an App…
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