Create an Azure Storage account
Now that you have a static website, let's deploy it to the cloud using Azure Storage. Azure Storage is simple file store/CDN with a built-in web server which makes it great for hosting static sites extremely fast.
Create a Storage Account
In this section, you'll create and configure an Azure Storage Account and Blob Container.
In the AZURE STORAGE explorer, right-click on your subscription and choose Create Storage Account.
Type a globally unique name for your Storage Account and press Enter. Valid characters for an app name are 'a-z' and '0-9'.
Create a new Resource Group and accept the default name.
Choose a location in a region near you or near other services you may need to access.
Right-click the Storage Account that was just created and click Configure Static Website...
Enter index.html for the index document name.
Enter index.html for the 404 error document name.
Note: Index.html is used for the error document because modern Single Page Applications (SPAs) such as React will handle errors in the client. For classic static websites, use the error document to customize your 404 page.
With Static Website hosting enabled, your configured index document will be served by default along with all of your static assets.