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App Service and Azure Functions support for user-assigned managed identities is now generally available.
Announcing a new Azure SignalR Service feature that enables the service to publish client events to Event Grid. SignalR applications can subscribe and respond to these client events without the need for a dedicated app server for these events.
Navigator is now available in App Service Diagnostics for Windows web apps. Navigator provides a centralized view of an app and its dependencies along with changes made over time.
Target availability: Q4 2019
Easy tables and easy APIs will be removed from the Azure portal on November 11, 2019.
The API Apps icon in the Web category of the Azure Marketplace has been removed from the Azure Portal. Since API Apps and Web Apps have the same functionality, the API Apps icon has been removed.
Azure App Configuration provides a service to centrally manage application settings and helps secure their accesses. In addition, it helps developers to ship code faster by being able to easily “flight” their features in production using feature flags.
Change Analysis public preview with integration into App Services Diagnose and solve problems tool.
On 1st July 2019, some resource GUIDs for Azure App Service Basic, Standard and Premium v2 Plans will change as the global region resource GUIDs will break out into regional resource GUIDs.
New networking capabilities to enable Linux apps to access resources securely are now available in preview.
There is a new, free tier offering for Linux app developers.
App Service now supports Java 11 for both Linux and Windows
App Service is offering a new, full screen experience that simplifies the application creation and publishing workflow.
Easily migrate existing .NET applications to Azure App Service with the new Migration Assistant
Windows Server 2019 Container Support is now available in the public preview of Windows Containers on Azure App Service.
Windows Server containers in Azure App Service are now available in public preview.
Azure App Service security recommendations have been improved to provide greater accuracy and environment compatibility.
WildFly on Azure App Service on Linux is now in preview. Run Java EE apps on Azure and take advantage of the Azure infrastructure for security and scalability.
Azure App Service Deployment Center is now available. The Deployment Center is a centralised overview for all the deployment methods supported by your app and a guided experience for configuring Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment.
VNet Integration capability with Azure App Service is in preview.
Starting on 12th November and running through 15th December, Azure App Service hosted on Windows will upgrade all Python sites running Python 3.4.1 to instead run Python 3.6.6.
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