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  1. gRpc support in Azure App Service

    We can't host gRPC apps in azure app service offering. Could you provide timeline of this feature?

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  2. Make WEBSITE_ADD_SITENAME_BINDINGS_IN_APPHOST_CONFIG to 1 by default or add warning

    We have been hit by hard restarts on web apps because we have not set the WEBSITEADDSITENAMEBINDINGSINAPPHOSTCONFIG to 1. It would be a more sane default to have it set to 1 by default, and then turned off by users that need WCF support OR have some sort of warning / checkbox or increased visbility in the portal.

    The simultaneous restart of all (in our case) 10 servers in a datasenter has caused outage of our services, and we would imagine others experience the same issue. I doubt many assume that all servers in…

    54 votes
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  3. Application Security Groups (ASG) support for App Service Environments (ASE)

    As stated in the comments section of this page https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/applicationsecuritygroups/
    "It's on the roadmap, all services integrated with VNet like ASE and SQL MI will be part of ASGs groups, as of today the scope doesn't cover subnets for those services, we are exploring options in the near future."

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  4. PowerShell and CLI support for the management of App Service Environments

    Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI commands to support the management of an App Service Environments (at least v2). Hopefully this could include the ability to get management IP information, do scaling, and if it is an ILB ASE update the ILB Certificate.

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  5. Provide acceptable scale out time for instances in ASE Isolated instance types

    Scaling is a core feature of App Services. We used ASE for the additional features however it means we are stuck with 40 mins scale out time to add an instance. Per support this is by design, however this is not documented anywhere in public domain.
    Scaling is supposed to help us get customers on to Azure, if it takes 40 mins to add an instance, it will not meet the business needs, we abandoned ASE only due to this issue. Kindly document current scale out time in public documentation so that user know this before hand.
    Ultimate goal should…

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    3 comments  ·  App Service Environment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for the feedback!

    You’re right that ASE scaling operations take longer than the common plans on multi-tenant App Service. We are looking at ways to decrease the time so it will on par with multi-tenant but this means a new infrastructure is needed with managing a pool or pre-assigned VMs to the ASEs.

    This is documented here, though without a time frame mentioned as it depends on a numbers of factors: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/environment/using-an-ase#how-scale-works.

    We will update when there is more information here.

    Thanks,
    Oded

  6. Enable application logging in ILB ASE

    Currently there is no way to access our applications trace logs in an ILB ASE environment. I understand the Log Stream button is greyed out in the portal, but even using Kudu, FTP, blob, or streaming in VS, none of these are working in ILB ASE, and support tells us this is a known issue. This is a huge downside for us because we depend on our customized application log messages for troubleshooting.

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  7. Enable Docker Content Trust on Linux ASE

    Now that Notary/Content Trust in available in ACR, it would be useful if it could also be enabled in the ASE so it could only pull signed images.

    I can't see a way to currently do this - is it possible?

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  8. Metrics for Linux Docker Containers - Function APPS

    We are currently running several Linux Docker Containers in a function app and are surprised that most metrics are not available.

    The system reports on data in/out and http 5xx errors but that is all that it there. Information such as processed HTTP requests, response time, logs streams, processes and container load (cpu/memory/io is only available for the whole app service and not for the container).

    Docker function apps are heavy priced already and it doesn't help that most functionality in the portal is not available in this use case.

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  9. Azure App Service Environment ILB - Support for Internal Certificate Authorities

    Currently the documentation for Azure App Service Environment with ILB claims it supports internal certificate authorities.

    Per - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/environment/create-ilb-ase#post-ilb-ase-creation-validation

    As part of the documentation it is recommended that a user bundles their server auth certificate with the full certificate chain - thus producing a PFX file or base64 encoding it and uploading through powershell.

    However when testing with OpenSSL or on an iOS device, the first request never sees the full certificate chain and fails with "invalid server certificate". It is on a subsequent request the full chain is delivered - leaving users to hit refresh once in their browser…

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  10. Generate internally-issued certificates

    There should be a way to generate internally-issued certificates for ASE so ASE's have no legacy-dependency. Currently one has to have CA running in a VM to generate that for the domain.

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  11. Notification hook for manual scaling on an ASE

    Scaling within an ASE is unreliable and often takes hours (although support maintains that it should only take 30-45min). We need a way of being notified on the status of the scaling operations. For example, an email notification, web hook, etc.

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    0 comments  ·  App Service Environment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The hours of scaling you’re describing, is that on ASE v1 or v2? v2 should have much faster scaling operations. If you encounter an issue on v2, please open a support ticket.

    For the option of receiving notification for completed deployment, we will respond later after reviewing.

    Thanks,
    Oded

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