dotnet

.NET 6 Preview 5 on App Service

less than 1 minute read • By Byron Tardif • June 25, 2021

In case you missed it, we released support for .NET 6 Preview 4 about 2 weeks ago.

.NET 6 Preview on App Service

less than 1 minute read • By Byron Tardif • June 9, 2021

We are happy to announce that App Service now supports apps targeting .NET 6 Preview 4 across all public regions and scenarios on both Windows and Linux App ...

Hosting .NET 5 Applications on Azure App Service

9 minute read • By Jeff Martinez • November 16, 2020

With the newly announced launch of .NET 5 General Availability, App Service is offering immediate support for .NET 5 via Early Access stack. The new Early A...

.NET 5 on App Service

1 minute read • By Byron Tardif • November 10, 2020

We are happy to announce that App Service now supports .NET 5 applications across all public regions and scenarios on both Windows and Linux App Service plan...

.NET Framework 4.8 is coming to App Service

1 minute read • By Jeff Martinez • June 9, 2020

The .NET Framework 4.8 update is a non-breaking in-place upgrade on App Service. No updates are required to existing applications.

Running .NET 5 (preview) on App Service

3 minute read • By Jeff Martinez • April 24, 2020

.NET 5 is the latest version to expand the capabilities of .NET by taking the best of Core, Framework, Xamarin, and Mono to create a unified platform for imp...

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Azure Stack

Azure App Service on Azure Stack Hub Update 8 Released

1 minute read • By Andrew Westgarth • January 13, 2020

This afternoon we released the eighth update to Azure App Service on Azure Stack Hub. This release updates the resource provider and brings the following key...

Azure App Service on Azure Stack Update 7 Released

less than 1 minute read • By Andrew Westgarth • August 29, 2019

This afternoon we released the seventh update to Azure App Service on Azure Stack. This release updates the resource provider and brings the following key c...

Azure App Service on Azure Stack Update 6 Released

less than 1 minute read • By Andrew Westgarth • May 28, 2019

This afternoon we released the sixth update to Azure App Service on Azure Stack. This release updates the resource provider and brings the following key cap...

Azure App Service on Azure Stack Update 5 Released

less than 1 minute read • By Andrew Westgarth • February 28, 2019

This morning we released the fifth update to Azure App Service on Azure Stack.  This release updates the resource provider and brings the following key capab...

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PHP

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zero to hero

Zero to Hero with App Service, Part 1: Setting Up

3 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • June 29, 2020

In times of rapid change, developers and IT decision-makers must quickly adjust to a drastically evolving landscape. Successful organizations use managed clo...

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Azure Portal

Changes to Routing Rules UX

1 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • March 18, 2019

We will soon be rolling out a series of UX and ARM API changes that will alter the behavior of routing rules for testing in production. After May 22nd, you w...

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monitoring

New Log Types for Azure Monitor Integration

2 minute read • By Yutang Lin • June 25, 2020

We have recently added two new log types to our preview of App Service’s Integration with Azure Monitor. The two new log types are:

App Service Integration with Azure Monitor (Preview)

4 minute read • By Jason Freeberg and Yutang Lin • November 1, 2019

We are happy to announce that App Service has new and improved integration with Azure Monitor (preview). You can now send your logs from Windows or Linux App...

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windows containers

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A/B Testing

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Deployment

Quickstart: Intro to Bicep with Web App and DB

8 minute read • By Jordan Selig • July 23, 2021

Get started with Azure App Service by deploying an app to the cloud using a Bicep file and Azure CLI in Cloud Shell. Because you use a free App Service tier,...

Deploying to Network-secured sites, Part 2

4 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • March 1, 2021

An earlier article explained how to use self-hosted Azure DevOps agents to build and deploy your applications to a web app that has Private Endpoints enabled...

Deploying to Network-secured sites

5 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • January 4, 2021

With the recently-announced Private Endpoints integration you can block inbound access from the internet to your web app. Before this integration, developers...

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devops

Azure CLI for ASE and Access Restriction

1 minute read • By Mads Damgård • December 9, 2019

Based on customer requests we have added support for automating App Service Environment operations using the Azure CLI. With the 2.0.77 release you can creat...

Announcing GitHub Actions for App Service

4 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • August 10, 2019

Last week GitHub announced the preview of GitHub Actions with built-in CI/CD; watch the announcement here. These actions, defined in YAML files, allow you to...

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Networking

Deploying to Network-secured sites, Part 2

4 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • March 1, 2021

An earlier article explained how to use self-hosted Azure DevOps agents to build and deploy your applications to a web app that has Private Endpoints enabled...

Deploying to Network-secured sites

5 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • January 4, 2021

With the recently-announced Private Endpoints integration you can block inbound access from the internet to your web app. Before this integration, developers...

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best practice

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ASE

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Windows containers

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Docker

Docker Hub authenticated pulls on App Service

1 minute read • By Jeff Martinez • October 15, 2020

Starting November 1st, 2020. Docker will be introducing rate limits on unauthenticated pull requests from Docker Hub. These limits are based on the account ...

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Python

Using GitHub Actions for Python Applications

7 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • December 11, 2020

GitHub announced CI/CD support through GitHub Actions which became generally available at GitHub Universe in November 2019. Since then, many Azure services h...

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Windows Azure Pack

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Java

Java, Tomcat, and JBoss EAP version updates

less than 1 minute read • By Jason Freeberg • January 6, 2021

The latest App Service releases included new Java, Tomcat and JBoss EAP versions. Windows New Tomcat versions 9.0.38 8.5.58 N...

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scm

Custom domain for SCM site

1 minute read • By Mads Damgård • March 3, 2021

When enabling private endpoint for a web app, both the web app and the Source Control Manager (SCM) site, also sometimes referred to as kudu, are locked down...

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Network

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Virtual Network

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VNET

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Connectivity

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Azure Monitor

Upgrade Notifications for App Service (Preview)

4 minute read • By Michimune Kohno and Sanghmitra Gite • April 14, 2021

The Azure App Service is a PaaS solution offering in Azure which constantly updates the platform. One of the top requests from customers is to receive a noti...

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App Service Environment

Upgrade Notifications for App Service (Preview)

4 minute read • By Michimune Kohno and Sanghmitra Gite • April 14, 2021

The Azure App Service is a PaaS solution offering in Azure which constantly updates the platform. One of the top requests from customers is to receive a noti...

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kubernetes

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Bicep

Quickstart: Intro to Bicep with Web App and DB

8 minute read • By Jordan Selig • July 23, 2021

Get started with Azure App Service by deploying an app to the cloud using a Bicep file and Azure CLI in Cloud Shell. Because you use a free App Service tier,...

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