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Azure Spring Cloud: General availability of Managed Virtual Network and Autoscale

Published date: March 02, 2021

Customers who seek added security can deploy Azure Spring Cloud in a Managed Virtual Network to isolate apps from the internet or place them within their own corporate networks. This lets customers control inbound and outbound network communications for Azure Spring Cloud and enables Azure Spring Cloud to interact with systems in on-premises data centers or Azure services in virtual networks. 

Autoscale for Azure Spring Cloud enables customers to be more productive and cost-efficient by automatically scaling apps up or down based on system load or schedule, reducing stress on underlying infrastructure. Both features are fully supported with SLA commitment at GA.​ They were first made available in preview in September 2020, when Azure Spring Cloud was made generally available. In addition, Azure Spring Cloud has been expanded to seven more Azure regions, bringing the total to 18.

The update also includes the general availability of the following features:​ 

Learn more about Managed Virtual Network and Autoscale for Azure Spring Cloud and read the announcement blog.

  • Features