Web Apps

Web Apps in Azure App Service provides a scalable, reliable, and easy-to-use environment for hosting web applications. Select from a range of frameworks and templates to create a web site in seconds. Use any tool or OS to develop your site with .NET, PHP, Node.js, Python and more. Choose from a variety of source control options including TFS, GitHub, BitBucket and others to set up continuous integration and develop as a team.

More details about the services are available in the App Service documentation. If you have a technical issue, please open a post on the developer forums through Stack Overflow or MSDN.

Products that we listen to in this space include: App Service, Web Apps, API Apps and Web App for Containers.

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  1. Web Apps vnet integration without ASE

    The Web Apps have a VNET Configuration section.
    This becomes very useful in consuming database/storage/keyvault via subnet endpoint(s) without employing the expensive App Service environment (ASE).

    unfortunately it has been in preview since last Aug 2018. I worked with product team to get the bug fixed (~Mar 2019) i.e it could not talk to SQL PaaS DB over endpoint.

    Please if you can help release that functionality so we can use this in prod.

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  2. Make it harder to accidentally delete a web job via the portal

    In the web jobs section of the portal the delete and stop buttons are right next to each other and have virtually the same confirmation dialogue box that is very easy to click through. Thus very easy to delete a web job when you wanted to restart.

    Can you move this harder to do please?

    My thoughts on how this could be done are:
    1) Type in the web job name to confirm deletion
    2) Move the delete button further away from the start/stop button
    3) Have a recycle bin type concept for web jobs.

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  3. High availability App Service

    An Issue has occurred with the App Service due to the platform update.

    Could you provide public documents on how to create high availability App Service that are not affected by platform updating?

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    Being a managed platform (PaaS), all the work to update the platform happens behind the scenes and should not impact your production workload. However, given that when we update the instances your application is hosted in, we move your code to new instances, there could be a brief period of slowness to reach your app. This is best solved by scaling to additional instances in the same App Service Plan, as we don’t update all instances within a plan a the same time, so your app’s traffic will be balanced between the available instances.

    For additional reading, see here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/overview-patch-os-runtime

    We are always available to answer additional questions on the MSDN forum:
    https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/azure/en-us/home?forum=windowsazurewebsitespreview

    Thanks,
    Oded

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