Deploying Applications to Azure

Visual Studio Code makes it easy to deploy your applications to the cloud with Azure and we've created walkthroughs to help you get started.

Whether your workflow is through the Azure CLI or Azure App Service, using a Docker container, or creating serverless Azure Functions, you'll find the deployment steps you need.

Deployment tutorials

The tutorials below, hosted on the Microsoft Docs platform, walk you through different ways of creating and deploying apps to Azure using Visual Studio Code:

Tutorial Description
CI/CD setup with the Deploy to Azure extension Set up a Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline with GitHub Actions or Azure Pipelines. Supports services including Azure Web Apps, Azure Functions, and Azure Kubernetes Service.
Deploy Azure Functions Build and manage Azure Functions serverless apps directly in VS Code with the Azure Functions extension.
Deploy using the App Service extension Manage Azure resources directly in VS Code with the Azure App Service extension.
Deploy using Docker Deploy your website using a Docker container.
Deploy using the Azure CLI Create, deploy, and update a website using a terminal and the Azure CLI.
Deploy a static website Create, deploy, and update a static website on Azure Storage.

You can find additional tutorials and walkthroughs on the Azure Developer Center, including language-specific articles for JavaScript and Node.js, Python, Java, and .NET.

Next steps

  • Azure Extensions - The VS Code Marketplace has hundreds of extensions for Azure and the cloud.
  • Working with Docker - Put your application in a Docker container for easy reuse and deployment.
  • Working with MongoDB - Create, manage and query MongoDB databases from within VS Code.