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Hi all

I have a domain hosted with Godaddy. I want to host a website using Azure as platform. How do I do this?

Is it possible to assign a static ip as I want the website to have SSL cert?

Thx!

Chris
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Yes, you can do this. Azure will assign you a static IP. Spin up IIS, then you'll need to follow the directions to generate a Cert signing Request: https://support.godaddy.com/help/article/4800/generating-iis-7-csrs-certificate-signing-requests
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