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Twitter AMA with the App Service Team #AppServiceAMA!!

The Azure App service team will host a special Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Twitter, Wednesday, August 22, 2018 from 9 AM to 11 AM PST. You can tweet to @AzureSupport with #AppServiceAMA with your questions about the service. What’s an AMA session? We’ll have folks from across the Azure App Service engineering team available to answer any questions you… Read more

Windows Containers on Azure App Service Public Preview

This morning we announced the public preview of Windows Container support on Azure App Service Web App for Containers.  You can read the announcement blog, which covers the new capabilities and Dv3 powered SKUs, here – https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/announcing-the-public-preview-of-windows-container-support-in-azure-app-service/ This public preview will enable new opportunities for customers looking to modernize their existing applications.  For example here are… Read more

Announcing Linux on App Service Environment General Availability

Interested in deploying your Linux or containerized web app in an Azure Virtual Network? Today, we are 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. As we announced in our public preview, our Linux customers will be able… Read more

How to use Azure Container Registry for a Multi-container Web App?

Back in May at Microsoft Build, we announced the public preview of Multi-Container Web App, which supports the ability for you to deploy multiple Docker images to Web App for Containers.  All you have to do is bring your Docker Compose or Kubernetes Config file when creating a new web app.  (Here are instructions to… Read more

April 2018 App Service update

We had a busy April, check out all the new features and improvements for App Service including support for Kubernetes and Docker Compose, New pricing and much more!… Read more

Web Apps making changes to FTP deployments

We are continuously taking steps to improve Azure Platform security. As part of this ongoing effort an upgrade of App Service is planned for all regions during the first part of May. Changes to deployment options When this upgrade is complete Web Apps will provide the following configurations with the option to change your default… Read more

New SSH Experience and Remote Debugging for Linux Web Apps

The App Service team is happy to announce the Public Preview of a new SSH experience and the remote debugging capability for Linux app developers. In this release, we’re also enabling SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) for Linux web app content management. What’s new? We’re introducing a new TCP tunneling technology for Azure App Service,… Read more

Announcing the Linux on App Service Environment Public Preview

Today, we are excited to announce the public preview of Linux on App Service Environment (ASE). Finally, our Linux customers will be able to take advantage of deploying Linux web apps into an App Service Environment, which is perfect for deploying applications into a VNet for secure network access or apps running at a high… Read more

App Service Authentication/Authorization Coming to Linux Apps

Following our communication earlier in the year, the App Service team is happy to announce that the App Service Authentication/Authorization feature is now available to Linux apps.  What’s App Service authentication/authorization feature?  Azure App Service provides built-in authentication and authorization support, so you can sign in users and access data by writing minimal or no… Read more

Multi-container Linux Web App

The App Service team is happy to announce the public preview of Multi-container support in Web App for Containers. Multi-container Web App Concept App Service Linux community has repeatedly asked for the capability to deploy multiple containers for a single App.  Customers want to have additional containers to complement the primary container and have these… Read more