Today I will introduce an easy way to delpoy Kentico CMS to Azure, first let me introduce some definitions.
What is Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure, commonly referred to as Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers. 
What is CMS.
A content management system (CMS) is a computer software used to manage the creation and modification of digital content.
CMS is essentially a website application, which uses a database or other methods to create, edit and store content through an easy-to-manage method. Create and edit website content by managing website applications, and then display these content to visitors on the web page.
From Kentico CMS to Kentico Xperience
Kentico released its first CMS in August 2004. After years of development, Kentico has achieved many achievements. In 2008, Kentico became a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and opened a new office in the United States. In 2013, Kentico cooperated with more than 16,000 websites, more than 1,200 network partners, and more than 90 countries. Kentico released its latest version 12.0 in November 2018, which is the most advanced and stable CMS on the market.
In order to better develop and develop a management system that is more suitable for the new digital world. Kentico decided to rename Kentico CMS to Kentico Xperience in 2020.
Compared with Kentico CMS, Kentico Xperience is more powerful, like portals, Content Management, Analytics, Internet Application tools, etc.
Step by Step deploying Kentico Xperience(Kentico CMS) to Azure
- Open the Azure Quickstart template repository and search for Kentico.
- Open the unique search results Kentico Xperience and click ‘Deploy to Azure’.
- Select your Azure subscription, resource group, and resource location. Provide your information and click ‘Review+create’.
Now we have successfully deployed Kentico on Azure.
Both Kentico and Azure are great tools, combining the two of them will result in a result of 1+1>2.
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