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Move from Azure Scheduler to Azure Logic Apps by September 30, 2019
With the Azure mobile app, you can check status and critical metrics of your Azure resources, get notifications and alerts, and perform simple operations to resolve common issues.
The HTTP/HTTPS job timeout in Azure Scheduler has increased from 30 seconds to 60 seconds.
Azure Scheduler is available in the United Kingdom South (London, England) and United Kingdom West (Cardiff, Wales) regions.
You can use Azure PowerShell 2.0.1 cmdlets to manage Azure Scheduler job collections and jobs in Azure Resource Manager.
Azure Scheduler is available in the Canada East and Canada Central regions.
The Azure Scheduler Premium plan has been renamed to P10 Premium, and a new P20 Premium plan has been released.
You can use Azure DevTest Labs to set a VM auto-start policy.
Azure Scheduler user experience is now generally available in the new Azure Portal.
Users can create Azure Scheduler jobs in the Australia East and Australia Southeast regions.
Users can now create Azure Scheduler jobs in the Brazil South region.
The new Scheduler Premium tier and updates to the Standard tier give you access to more units and job collections.
Scheduler GA pricing is now in effect.
This Preview release includes support for Azure Resource Manager.
Azure Scheduler is generally available in all Azure regions, backed by an enterprise SLA, and is ready to use for production scenarios.
New management libraries include an SDK that automates how you provision and manage Azure assets.
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