Enable HTTPS/SSL for Web Sites
Enable secure access for Azure Web Sites on custom domains.
Vishal Sood commented
Is there a newbie article on how to crate and upload a cert?
Please vote on the new suggestions for Shared Mode
Amin Lalji commented
WTF? No Shared Mode... might as well spin up web role for the same price!
Great! Now let's get this thing out of "preview" so I can make a Website instance in South Central US.
Jeroen Landheer commented
The Azure website specifies in 2 different places that SSL Certificates are available for shared websites yet in the portal I an unable to use an SSL Certificate for my shared website.
Click the SSL Connections button: "Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for custom domains is available for Shared and Reserved Web Sites, both currently in Preview. SSL enables secure connections (https://) to your custom domain Web Site."
"Scale up to Shared or Reserved modes and take advantage of custom domain support as well as SSL to keep your customer traffic secure."
What is going on here?
I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS IS RESERVED MODE ONLY!!! I've waited months for this feature and I still can't use it!!!
WTF GUYS? SSL ONLY IN RESERVED MODE?
Nir Mashkowski commented
Well, I get to be the first one to announce that SSL just went live!
Thank you. Can't wait to migrate to Azure, looks like it'll be in June after this is added.
Timothy Los commented
Thank you for the update. We can finally get our application on Azure for payment processing!
Jesse Gavin commented
Thanks for the update. This will be super awesome to have.
Chris Kirby commented
Thanks for the update! really important feature for me and my team.
Luiz bicalho commented
But do you have a list of what else will come in june?
Michelangelo van Dam commented
Count me in
Bert Loedeman commented
Hi @schotthanselman! That would be fantastic! Thanks for the update!
Warren Buckley commented
@scotthanselman brilliant not long to wait hopefully :)
Shawn Peterson commented
Any updates? I keep hearing "end of May" for this to go live.
Hey Scott are we there yet?
Hey Scott, are we there yet?