We should now connect to our web server and set up our web application within IIS.
As we said earlier, configuring a web application can be either a very easy or an insanely complex task depending on a number of things, such as caching, load balancing, CPU optimization, database load, and security issues.
Although the most common issues will be briefly handled within this chapter, it's advisable to follow a dedicated guide to properly handle each one of them.
We might think that IIS is the ideal platform to host ASP.NET Core applications, as it always has been since the first release of ASP.NET. As a matter of fact, it's not. ASP.NET Core web applications run via the highly optimized ...