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.77 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.
With Azure SQL and Storage having zone redundant capabilities and Application Gateway in preview, App Service Environment is soon to be the only thing keeping us from fully PaaS, zone redundant web applications.48 votes
Thank you for the suggestion. This feature is in preview! See this blog post for more information:
We just learned the hard way that HEALTHCHECK declarations in Docker containers stop working if the container is running in App Service, because App Service for some reason seems to alter the behavior of our containers to do some "internal" healtchecks.
I believe that this goes very much against the spirit of containerized applications. I have to trust that my container behaves the same no matter who runs it.19 votes
Health Check support is now in preview. The UI is underway, but you can set the healthcheck path in Resource Explorer and start leveraging the functionality today.
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