Install Azure App Extension with Powershell

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if you’re working with the Azure Apps you should get to know with Kudu(Advanced) –

Kudu is the engine behind git deployments in Azure App Service. It can also run outside of Azure.

the simplest way to explore Kudu is by browsing to your site with this variation to your address site : https://yoursitename.scm.azurewebsites.net/

you can do lot of stuff with Kudu from browsing the App files ,view process explorer and install Site Extensions.

Access to Kudu with Powershell –

  1. get your App Service site Publish Profile

  Get_Publish_Profile

 

2. now that you got your profile open it via text editor and look for the Kudu site credentials ,look for ‘userName=”$YourWebSite” ‘ and then for the password

looks like ‘ userPWD=”SyqEZdjNDy9e1ZJhtG95BnKicBtB3XS0Cqc2mvAnxqYRKo9kLpmxHtkvcNYB” ‘

if you’re having all of those settings then now you’re ready to explore the Kudu with Powershell .

to explore the Kudu Site we will use the REST API of the Kudu Project

on the next example i’m gonna show you how to explore Kudu Site Extensions Gallery

open your Powershell ISE and lets get started –

 

 

 

Enjoy !

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