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As Azure continues to grow, we want to keep you informed—so that we can plan for the future together. This product roadmap is the place to find out what’s new and what’s coming next. Let us know what you think by providing feedback and voting on items. You can also subscribe to notifications, so you’ll always be the in the know.

Azure Container Service

Date updated: Monday, June 4, 2018

Azure Container Service will be the fastest way to realize the benefits of running containers in production. It'll use customers’ preferred choice of open source technology, tools, and skills, combined with the confidence of solid support and a thriving community ecosystem.

  • Now available
  • Container Service
  • OSS
  • Open Source

Azure Container Instances

Date updated: Monday, June 4, 2018

We're extremely excited to announce a new Azure service that makes it even easier to deploy containers. The very first service of its kind in the cloud, Azure Container Instances is a new Azure service delivering containers with great simplicity and speed, and without any Virtual Machine infrastructure to manage.

  • In preview
  • OSS
  • Container Instances
  • Open Source

Azure Container Registry

Date updated: Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Azure Container Registry provides a managed Docker registry service to store and manage private container images.

  • Now available
  • BUILD2018
  • Container Registry

Azure Kubernetes Service—GA

Date updated: Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Azure Kubernetes Service is now generally available to the public. Developers can drastically simplify how they build and run container-based solutions without deep Kubernetes expertise on Azure.

  • Now available
  • Container Service
  • OSS
  • Open Source; Developer; IT PRO; ITDM

Azure monitor container health

Date updated: Friday, May 25, 2018

Monitoring the health and performance of your Azure Container Service (AKS) cluster is important to ensure that your applications are up and running as expected.

  • In preview
  • BUILD2018
  • Azure Kubernetes Service

Windows Server Container support from App Service

Date updated: Friday, May 25, 2018

We are actively working on Windows Server Container support from App Service. Once support is available, developers will be able to lift and shift their .NET apps to Windows Server Container and deploy to Azure App Service.

  • In development
  • Developer
  • BUILD2018

Multi-container support from Azure App Service

Date updated: Friday, May 25, 2018

You can now deploy web apps composed of multiple Docker containers to App Service on Linux, which takes care of capacity provisioning, load balancing, and underlying infrastructure maintenance. With this new capability, you can easily bring your Docker Compose or Kubernetes Pod definition to App Service and use powerful App Service capabilities such as built-in CI/CD, auto scaling, and intelligent diagnostics.

  • In preview
  • Developer
  • BUILD2018

Azure Container Instances on Windows and Linux

Date updated: Monday, May 21, 2018

Azure Container Instances offers an on-demand compute service delivering rapid deployment of containers with no virtual machine management and elastic cloud scale.

  • Now available
  • Container Instances
  • BUILD2018

Azure App Service | Debug, diagnostics, easy authentication

Date updated: Monday, June 4, 2018

Azure App Service is getting new capabilities with the latest updates. Mundane developer tasks are simpler with App Service diagnostics, remote debugging for container-based apps, and easy authentication extended to App Service on Linux.

  • In preview
  • App Service
  • BUILD2018
  • OSS
  • Open Source

Azure Container Service (AKS) on Azure Stack

Date updated: Monday, February 12, 2018

Managed Kubernetes with Azure Container Service (AKS) on Azure Stack will make it even easier for Azure Stack users to manage and operate Kubernetes environments in the same ways as they do in Azure, without sacrificing portability.

  • In development
  • Azure Stack
  • Container Service

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