[Linux} Enable VNET integration for App Service on Linux
Please extend the VNET integration functionality to App Service on Linux.
Are there any workarounds ?
Thanks for linking to the blog here! It is indeed completed with the support for Linux and Web App for Containers in ASE.
To follow up on the comments here, this is marked as complete since the behavior is copied from the multi-tenant App service deployment. When deploying to an ASE, options for strict security and enhanced networking comes with the ASE, which doesn't exist in multi-tenant.
That being said, we are planning major updates to the networking options in the multi-tenant hosting model in the near future. We'll post news about this either on the Azure blog or on our team blog when complete: aka.ms/AppServiceBlog.
Peter Toonen commented
I don't really see this feature as 'completed' seeing as it's only in ASE where it was already possible to integrate with your own network. The feature request still stands imho.
Henri Toivonen commented
This is a really bad solution to this.. 5x the cost just to get access to VNET support
John Knoop commented
App Service Environment is way to expensive for my needs. I have a Linux Webapp in the Standard tier. Don't feel like multiplying my cost just to get VNET access.
Seriously? Only app service environment? How do I limit access to my web app by IP?
Aaron West commented
Please update this request as complete: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/appserviceteam/2018/05/07/announcing-the-linux-on-app-service-environment-public-preview/
Please update documentation:
Looks like they answered this today here - https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/appserviceteam/2018/05/07/announcing-the-linux-on-app-service-environment-public-preview/
Any update on when this is going to be available? The last update was 5 months ago and it's proving a show stopper for us too
Patrik L commented
I have spent a lot of time trying to figure out why it wasn't supported in my standard plan, and all documentation seems to indicate that it should be supported. But I think most of the documentation predates the App Service on Linux feature, so that is probably why. Anyway, it should be stated much clearer than the current error message: "This feature is not supported for your current plan."
This is a bit of a show stopper for some things I was planning to do, so I guess I have to wait until this is fixed.
Very misleading UX/UI: Why do you have to show the features as disabled and a very wrong message: "This feature is not supported for your current plan."
Masi Malmi commented
Hi, this feature would be very needed. What is the current status? Is there any work around available?