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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. Modify UTC time the Azure Functions

    Currently Microsoft's Azure funcions service, there is no way to modify UTC time for Brazil. The result of this is a divergence in the task execution time and also in the logs that are collected by Application Insight and Azure Monitor.

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  2. Support mounting azure SMB file share for Azure App Service container deployments.

    Support mounting azure file volumes like that in Azure Container Instances when using Azure App Services Web App Docker container deployment.

    This simple feature is really useful for mounting files into the container that are not usually baked into the Docker image e.g config files.

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  3. Misspelling On Startup HTML

    On the startup page that Azure gives you when you select and browse to your Python app, at the bottom, it says "Expecting to see you app" -> I assume that should be "your" app rather than "you" app.

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  4. Improve error messaging for container apps

    Right now, according to Azure Support specialists, "Docker network was not found and could not be created. Network name = ..." is a generic message for any resource availability issue for docker. This is clearly misleading and should be improved.

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  5. Webapp - publish web worker's private ip info

    Webapp - publish web worker's private ip info
    Each web worker has 3 identifiers: server name (like RDxxxx), private ip(like 10.x.x.x) and roleinstance name (like LargeDedicatedWebWorkerRoleINn). Customer can easily find server name but can't see its corresponding private ip. Request to publish private ip of web workers as well.

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  6. Allow special character ":" in linux environment variables

    When we set an app setting like "Database:ConnectionString" the ":" will be stripped as mentioned in the FAQ:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/containers/app-service-linux-faq#other-questions

    Unfortunately this breaks the deserialization into an Object with subclasses which works under windows using the ":" as seperator between classnames if we use the config.Bind-Method documented here:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/de-de/aspnet/core/fundamentals/configuration/?view=aspnetcore-2.2#bind-an-array-to-a-class

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  7. linux based app service plan creation with ASE using powershell cmdlet

    Need to create Powershell cmdlet for App Service Plan attached to ASE ( App Service environment)

    New-AzureRMappserviceplan -name aspname -resourcegroupname RGname -kind Linux -isreserved true -sku I1 -asename asename

    -aseresourcegroupname aserg

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  8. Add support for custom config sections

    I would like to be able to edit custom config sections via the portal. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.configuration.configurationmanager?view=netframework-4.8

    These sections are frequently used for configuing 3rd party libraries. Adding support for editing these in the portal would allow me to modify settings for these libraries without re deploying.

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  9. Any idea why resource health status not available for App service plan "Premium (P1:1)" deployed in my environment

    Any idea why Resource health status not available for App service plan "Premium (P1:1)" deployed in my environment

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  10. Logrotation of pm2.log or archive to blob storage

    We recently experienced an issue where SSH sessions locked up in the browser but were still running on the server. These sessions were tailing the log files and ultimately caused the pm2.log file to grow to be 111gb in just a few days.

    It would be nice if it were possible to rotate the pm2.log file or if archives of the log files needed to be retained to rotate them off to blob storage for long term archival.

    Alternatively it would be nice if the log files did not count towards your storage capacity limits. Our production site went down…

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  11. Support App Service and Global VNET Peering

    Currently you can integrate your Web App with a VNET and it will support the use of regional VNET peerings. However there is no support for Global VNET peerings. This is important if you run a dual region active active web app that points to a stateful single region backend like Azure SQL DB. We use Azure SQL DB failover groups. By using Private Links within a VNET we can securely connect our Web App to the SQL DB. However the Web App in the secondary region can't traverse the Global Peering link.

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  12. FTPS only setting in Azure App Service

    After enable "FTPS Only" in App Service, users still can see "FTP hostname" showed in "App Service > Overview". It's kinda confusing for users.

    Will it be possible to disable or hide "FTP hostname" after enabling "FTPS only"? Since then, users can see the FTP status from Overview directly.

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  13. Enable users to allow certain resources through a SQL Server firewall

    Currently, to let a specific app service access a sql server, there are currently two options:

    1) Scale the WebApp to at least S1 and put it in a VNET with a privat endpoint.
    2) Manually add all outbound IP addresses of the web app to the sql server's fiewwall.

    There should be an option to allow a specific web app through the firewall of a sql server, for easier configuration.

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