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From release v0.6.0, Kontext website now runs from a package (zip file) in Azure App Services.

This ensures storage (incl. database storage, blob storage for uploaded files) is separated from the application and the application itself is read-only. 

Azure DevOps support

In Azure DevOps release pipelines, it can automatically choose the best deployment method based on the application type. For ASP.NET Core web application, it can directly choose Run From Package approach.


The available deployment method are:

  • Web Deploy
  • Zip Deploy
  • Run From Package

For more details, refer to this link:

Run from Package

For more information

For more details about this feature in Azure, please refer to the following official documentation. 

Run your Azure Functions from a package file

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