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Gbadamosi Tajudeen
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The Use of the Azure Mobile app


Users of the Azure Mobile App may manage and monitor their Azure resources while on the go. It offers a practical method for accessing and managing numerous Azure cloud services features from mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Developers can easily and quickly build up a mobile backend using Azure Mobile Apps to offer access to data and backend services from anywhere. It works with a wide range of clients, including Windows, iOS, and Android operating system. It offers a wide range of capabilities, including push notifications, structured storage, offline syncing, authentication and authorization, and analytics.

Azure mobile App

The Azure Mobile App has the following major applications and features:

  1. Resource Management: Users may use the mobile app to directly manage their Azure resources. It also involves Autoscaling and Manual scaling i.e. scaling up or down resources, managing storage accounts, configuring network settings, and starting, stopping, and restarting virtual machines.

  2. Resource monitoring: Via the Azure Mobile App, users can monitor the performance, availability, and general health of their Azure resources. Users can proactively find and fix problems due to the notifications and status updates it offers in real-time.

  3. Alert management: Users may configure and control alerts for their Azure resources using this app. To ensure timely knowledge of important occurrences, they can establish custom rules and thresholds to get notifications when certain criteria are satisfied.

  4. Security and Identity: Users may monitor and manage Azure Active Directory (AD) resources, including as user accounts, groups, and application registrations, under the security and identity tab. This aids in controlling access and safeguarding Azure resources.

  5. Cost management: The Azure Mobile App offers information on how much Azure resources are used for and how much they cost. To successfully manage expenditures, users may track their spending, check billing information, set up budgets, and get warnings.

  6. Resource Discovery: Users may explore and discover a variety of Azure resources and services with the app. They may access pertinent documentation and support data, inspect the configurations of the resources, and do particular resource searches.

  7. Service Health: Users may remain up to current on Azure upgrades, planned maintenance, and service interruptions. The app gives users access to information on the general condition of Azure services and regions.

In conclusion, Users may easily and conveniently stay connected to their Azure resources and carry out necessary administration tasks while on the go with the help of the Azure Mobile App. Users can react rapidly to any changes or issues due to the increased flexibility and agility of managing Azure services.

Top comments (2)

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Akin C.

Hello Teejayzee,

Thank you for your article.
I've never heard of Azure Mobile App as I'm not a mobile developer, so I appreciate the summary you wrote in your article.
It helps me to get a rough overview.

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Gbadamosi Tajudeen

Great comment from you, is an encouragement to do more research