Azure Scheduler allows you to invoke actions that call HTTP/S endpoints or post messages to a storage queue on any schedule. In Scheduler, you can create jobs that reliably call services either inside or outside of Windows Azure and run those jobs right away, on a regular or irregular schedule, or set them to run at a future date.

If you have any feedback on Azure Scheduler, we’d love to hear it.

  1. Allow scheduling jobs based on timezone

    Currently, you can only schedule jobs based on a fixed time offset from GMT. This means the actual local time when the job runs will change one hour forward or backward, in spring and fall when daylight savings change.

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