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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 centralized 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 November 12 and running through December 15, Azure App Service hosted on Windows will upgrade all Python sites running Python 3.4.1 to instead run Python 3.6.6.
The undelete feature in Azure App Service is now in public preview.
Azure App Service updates from Microsoft Ignite
Azure App Service on Linux now supports Apache Tomcat 8.5 and 9. Azure App Service for Tomcat on Linux allows developers to quickly build, deploy, and scale their Tomcat web applications on a fully managed Linux-based service.
App Service now supports the ability for customers to bring additional storage accounts to their Linux web apps
Docker has scheduled a maintenance window for Docker Hub on Saturday, August 25. To avoid potential impact to your Web App for Containers apps, please review the recommendations in our team blog.
The .NET Framework 4.7.2 update is scheduled to deploy to Azure App Service apps gradually during September 2018.
In September 2018, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions.
We're excited to announce the general availability of Linux on App Service Environment, which combines the features from App Service on Linux and App Service Environment.
Azure App Service supports Java SE 8–based applications on Linux, now available in public preview.
In August 2018, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions.
New features are available for Azure Maps customers.
App Service and Azure Functions support of Managed Service Identity (MSI) is now generally available.
Starting June 30, all new apps in Azure App Service will be created with TLS 1.2 by default.
We recently announced that all Azure App Service and Azure Functions apps could update TLS configuration. Reporting tools should now correctly indicate that lower versions of TLS are blocked.
HTTP/2 configuration is available in the Azure portal, to make the selection of HTTP/2 a seamless process with just a few clicks of the mouse.