I'm implementing a wordpress on Microsoft Azure on a subfolder (something like http://domain.com/blog)
All the servers are on a Windows,
I did a workaround using an external server for the mysql and allocated the php stuff on a subfolder with php.
The problem is that this is extremely slow because it has to go from one server to another.
I checked the option of using wordpress with sql server but it doesn't work with the plugins that we use,
And I also tried this solution https://blog.kloud.com.au/2014/11/27/installing-wordpress-in-a-sub-folder-on-azure-websites/ but clear is expensive for a blog.
We can't use subdomains like http://blog.domain.com for a policy issue of the company.
I created a virtualmachine with the bitnami image, and would like if it's possible to use it as a "folder" with some magic trick, or something like cloaking on azure.