Remove the limitation that prevents us from using Web Apps with Service Endpoints to limit access to Azure SQL database.
Limitation is described here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/sql-database/sql-database-vnet-service-endpoint-rule-overview?toc=%2fazure%2fvirtual-network%2ftoc.json#limitations
"•A Web App can be mapped to a private IP in a VNet/subnet. Even if service endpoints are turned ON from the given VNet/subnet, connections from the Web App to the server will have an Azure public IP source, not a VNet/subnet source. To enable connectivity from a Web App to a server that has VNet firewall rules, you must Allow all Azure services on the server."366 votes
We are currently working on items that will enable service endpoints for multi-tenant App service. We will share the news of the features we deliver on the App Service Blog here: aka.ms/AppServiceBlog.
We also expect to speak about this topic at the Ignite conference in September in Orlando.
Currently I am using VSTS for my CI/CD to azure web app linux
However, unfortunately, there's still a pretty significant downtime for every deployment.
I tried to create a staging slot to minimize the downtime, and swap to production. however, VSTS doesn't allow me to deploy to my staging slot.
I created a github issues too here https://github.com/Microsoft/vsts-tasks/issues/4460
If I can't deploy to my slot, what's the point of having slot in the first place? Please prioritize this as I think this is a pretty important feature14 votes
Thanks for your suggestion, we are working on adding this capability in a future release
It would be nice if you add native sitecore site support to your azure websites. Like you have with Umbraco.9 votes
We are actively working with Sitecore team to enable running Sitecore nativally on Azure App Service
Right now there is a way to purchase and Auto-Renew SSL-Certs for Web Apps. Unfortunately, the Auto-Renew does _NOT_ also bind the new cert to the WebApps where the cert it is replacing is currently bound to.
This makes Auto-Renew more or less useless, as one still has to manually bind the new cert once it becomes available.
A cert with Auto-Renew should automatically bind to all WebApps where the cert it replaces is used.8 votes
Some feedback from our team:
We do not update the SSL binding on rare cases, and we do have the code working just that it happens on a different task. This is definitely a bug we will be fixing as soon as we can. Most likely will be dealt with in June.
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