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In June 2018, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions.
The App Service on Linux Standard plan (along with Basic and Premium plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
The App Service on Linux Premium plan (along with Standard and Basic plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
The App Service on Linux Basic plan (along with Standard and Premium plans) is generally available. New names and resource GUIDs will be reflected in billing statements starting June 1, 2018.
The Azure App Service Snapshots feature is in public preview.
Sites that have SNI-SSL selected will not be able to work with TLS 1.0 selected, if receiving traffic from older browser versions.
Explicitly set the TLS version for individual Azure App Service and Azure Functions hosted applications.
Support for the HTTP/2 protocol, the top customer request for Azure App Service, is now globally available for all apps hosted on App Service.
In May 2018, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions (including MSSQL Drivers for PHP 7.2).
On GitHub, you can now find community-driven Docker images to try out on Web App for Containers.
BizTalk Hybrid Connections will reach end of life on May 31, 2018. To avoid problems, you should migrate from BizTalk Hybrid Connections to the new Azure Relay–based Hybrid Connections.
ClearDB will transition Azure-based customers currently billed by Microsoft to a direct billing model with ClearDB. You'll no longer be able to create or upgrade a ClearDB database.
Target availability: Q2 2018
Azure Service Management support will be retired on June 30, 2018. Azure App Service resource management will be supported only through Azure Resource Manager.
In the next release of Web Apps, we'll update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions.
Java support for App Service on Linux is in public preview. You can create a Linux web app by using Tomcat 8.5/9.0, with JRE 8 as a runtime stack.
We've just released new Node and PHP versions for Azure App Service on Linux.
The TCP Connections tile shortcut is available in App Service diagnostics.
Web App for Containers is a fully managed platform to deploy, run, and scale your apps hosted in containers. You can try it out, with no credit card required.
You can create a Linux web app by using .NET Core 2.0 as a runtime stack.
You can use Python-based templates from Flask, Bottle, or Django to build a web app for a small business or a personal web app.
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