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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 on Linux now supports Python 3.6/3.7 in preview.
App Service now supports the ability for customers to bring additional storage accounts to their Linux web apps
Azure Frontdoor is your one secure entry point for delivering globally performant, highly scalable apps. Now in preview, Azure Frontdoor is a scalable and secure entry point for fast delivery of your global, microservice based web applications. Control and monitor your service’s traffic and global backends from one central control plane and dashboard.
Using Azure CDN’s multi-CDN platform you can use CDN services from Verizon, Akamai and now Microsoft all in one place through familiar Azure Portal, ARM, CLI and command line experiences. Deep integration with Azure services quickly lets you spin up CDN with your web app, storage or any service you choose.
We're releasing a public repository of Azure Resource Manager templates for each lab.
Azure App Service now supports Java SE 8 on Linux (in preview). Java web apps can now be built and deployed on a highly scalable, self-patching web hosting service where bug fixes and security updates will be maintained by Microsoft.
The Azure Security Center update on July 1 includes many features, including a redesigned overview dashboard and new security recommendations.
Effective August 1, 2018, we’re making a change that will allow web tests to be paid with MSDN credits. This change will affect the GUID.
The new App Service on Linux Standard plan (Basic, Standard, and Premium) is generally available. On July 1, 2018, GUID migration and name changes will take effect automatically.
Use Azure DevOps Projects to start running your application on Azure App Service or Virtual Machine hosts.
Azure App Service on Linux is now available in preview on App Service Environment.
Custom Vision Service API aims to identify trained objects and show their location within images.
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.
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.
Explicitly set the TLS version for individual Azure App Service and Azure Functions hosted applications.
In the next release of Web Apps, we'll update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions.