To get Sitefinity CMS app from Azure Marketplace and deploy it to Azure App Service, perform the following:
RECOMMENDATION: It is possible to put the Sitefinity CMS app in an existing resource group, but we recommend creating a new resource group for the purpose of hosting all Sitefinity CMS resources in one place.
For more information on resource groups, see Azure Resource Manager overview.
Enter the App Service plan type.
For more information about plans comparison, see App Service plans.
NOTE: The Sitefinity CMS app deployment deploys on only one instance (only one virtual machine). If you need to host the app on more than one VM host, you must use a Sitefinity CMS load balanced scenario with Redis cache.
For more information, see Configure Azure Redis cache.
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