back to article Azure storage adds static HTML website hosting

Microsoft’s Azure Storage service has added an option to host static websites comprised of not much more than HTML, JavaScript and other client-side goodies. AWS has had this since February 2011. The new Azure service is also very similar to AWS’ effort: both ask you to pop some files in the cloud, tell the bucket they’re in …

This is great if you want a CDN for static files like images or CSS/JS stuff but how will they go about doing an SSL for a CNAME, doing that on Google Storage is a nightmare sure you can use the public URL https://storage.googleapis.com/... but that kind of sucks

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/azure/storage/blobs/storage-https-custom-domain-cdn

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