Add support for free tls/ssl certificates
I want to create a tls/ssl binding to a custom host-name with a free certificate
Thank you for your feedback. We understand that lack of support for naked domains is limitation. We are working with our partner teams to bring support for naked domains to this feature. You can vote and keep track of the progress here: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/169385-web-apps/suggestions/38981932-add-naked-domain-support-to-app-service-managed-ce.
Also, we are working to bring App Service Managed Certificates to Free and Share tiers. You can vote and keep track of this here: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/169385-web-apps/suggestions/39223321-support-app-service-managed-certificates-on-free-a
Lajos Marton commented
Hehe, top 2 uservoice is for Let's encrypt and they doesn't care about it.
By the way, why that two uservoice tickets not merged yet? It would be great to see that 10000 users want Let's encrypt free ssl, and 900 user want the real second uservoice about anything else :D
Andrew Hunt commented
Extension does not work with traffic managed app services. You can do it better M$, I believe in you.
Paul Hale commented
Bump! This was requested over two years ago.
Make this happen. Should not be a "site extension", but rather core functionality inside SSL Settings.
Please, this cannot be the "official" solution for a serious PaaS contender...
Support "Let's Encrypt" Certificates natively with the Azure App service. Make it free and easy to add a certificate to support SSL like many other hosting companies provide.
Learning Azure Serverless w/ Blazor and disappointed to run into this. Support "Let's Encrypt" Certs, now! And by now, I mean a few years ago.
Bump! Add native/easy integration for "let's encrypt" certificates to Azure Web Apps and Azure Functions. Get 'er done!
Yes, re-open and add easy cert install with "Let's Encrypt" certificates like dreamhost offers.
Simon Luckenuik commented
Managing Let's Encrypt renewals manually is painful, please integrate it. Azure is already providing free SSL Certificates for CDN, let's make it globally available in Azure!
Krzysztof Madejski commented
Please reopen, it should be handled officially with more straightforward way to setup.
Karsten Küpper commented
The proposed solution does not support Multi-region websites. Please re-open and implement it properly.
Tim Skauge commented
Please re-open to add official support for this!
Tristan Lymbery commented
Bump with my vote for this integration.
Is it because it’s a revenue generator when doing it the fast and easy way to get certs thru GoD?
Let's be blunt. Microsoft, you ARE losing business because Azure doesn't support letsencrypt.org.
It removes the renewal, and the cost of SSL certificates. so it is easier and costs less, developers and end users both are going to always want this. Unless you come up with your own flavor of free auto renewing SSL certs, this request isn't going away.
I just finished an email for a current Azure client that needs to move their website to SSL, describing the official option, and workaround using the community "solution", and porting the website to a LAMP stack and using something that does support letsencrypt.
Who knows what they will pick, but if I'm sending that email you know tons of other web development companies are as well.
I'm not sure if you are contractually prevented this from happening, but you need to fix it somehow.
I'm a Microsoft Fanboy and always have been, but if we don't get something implemented, people are going to be looking elsewhere for cloud website hosting.
Ally Murray commented
Agree with other commenters, please reopen.
The KeyVault resource provider needs to start reading the feedback left by Azure customers, lack of Let's Encrypt support is a bit of a blocker right now for us and the Azure Microsoft.Web resource provider is taking the brunt of feedback for Let's Encrypt when it requires integration from the KeyVault RP.
Google Cloud Platform already offers this, so either the KeyVault team needs to finally respond and give us the technical reason as to why this can't be implemented or they should at least try to implement this.
This really does seem like old Microsoft again.
why is this not a thing already...
Mark Wynne commented
1 Click Lets Encrypt support added to Azure Key Vault Certificates would be amazing so we can then attach to Web Roles, Worker Roles etc as we need. I read some where this was available but had a quick look and if it is its not obvious?