LAMP and Azure – Misconceptions vs Possibilities

A discussion of the Microsoft Platform (Windows, IIS, SQL Server and ASP.NET) vs LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) topic covers a large set of topics.

My intent is not compare 1:1 but commenting on a scenario.

In many discussions, I realized many people have perception/misconceptions that, Azure is not really meant for traditional web-based applications built on the LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL PHP).

However, truth is that you can deploy LAMP stack on Azure to rapidly build, deploy, and dynamically scale websites and web apps using IaaS (VM scale sets) and PaaS (Azure Web Apps)

 

 

So, Customers who want to – Upgrade web apps to the cloud for scalability, high availability and other cloud traits like global presence, and dynamically scale (up and down) websites in a cost-effective. You should consider Azure as you get Architectural choices for hosting websites to choose from a wide array of architectures (containers, VMs, PaaS services, Azure Functions, etc.) and languages (node.js, PHP, Java, etc.). Linux web apps, let us create node and Java script websites that are fully managed.

Providers like, Bitnami provides images which are pre-configured, tested and optimized for Microsoft Azure and portable across platforms. Which provides quick and ready to use services.

For more information please feel free to visit @ https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/overview/choose-azure-opensource/