Java on App Service

App Service supports Java SE and Tomcat applications on Windows and Linux. Use the REST APIs to deploy your .jar or .war files. You can also use the Zulu OpenJDK for Azure Docker images to deploy a custom container, fully supported by Azure.

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Clojure on App Service

7 minute read • By Denis Fuenzalida • August 24, 2022

Build and run a Web App written in Clojure, on Azure App Service

Scala on App Service

3 minute read • By Denver Brittain • May 31, 2022

Build and run a Scala App on Azure App Service

Public Preview of JBoss EAP on App Service

2 minute read • By Christina Compy and Jason Freeberg • September 22, 2020

For several years, Red Hat and Microsoft have partnered to create cloud solutions that enable enterprises to achieve more. Today, we are happy to announce th...

Netflix Eureka on App Service

9 minute read • By Gregory Goldshteyn • August 18, 2020

Netflix Eureka is a REST based middleware designed for discovery and load balancing of web applications. For those who already have a Netflix Eureka app, thi...

Run Wildfly on App Service

less than 1 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • January 31, 2020

Wildfly is an open-source application runtime for Java applications, and the upstream project of JBoss EAP. We recently added a new Azure Sample that shows h...