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"What's the difference between a website and a web application?"
A web application will typically exhibit a programmatic component or process to dynamically respond to visitor input. Often, the programmatic process provides a useful service or a customized user experience versus the display of static content. A good example of the advantage of a web application that advances business purposes is the introduction of a Content Management System (CMS) to organize and to display website content.
"I already have a website. Why do I need a web application?"
Not every business purpose requires a web application, but when e-commerce, dynamic content management, or the exposure of a customized business process through a web interface is required, guidance on what cloud services are available and how to architect the web application with security, performance, and reliability in mind is invaluable.