I totally agree this feature would make working with ARM templates much less "trial and error".
Work on PS cmdlets for Cosmos DB has now been started.
Will update as this progresses.
While this is something we do not have planned in the short term. You can use community tools such as this: https://github.com/devkimchi/ARM-Templates-in-YAML
Yes there are community tools for generating JSON from YAML. But I think many people want native support of YAML in ARM.
Creating ARM templates in JSON can be a real pain. YAML is just so much friendlier to work with.
I totally agree.
Thank you for your feedback. This is on our backlog
I'm also interested in the status. We use Redis Cache at various clients, and the deployment is incredibly slow. Especially compared to many other Azure services. This needs to be improved.
I am currently working with a client where the internal API's are secured via Windows Authentication, and where want to expose the APIs to certain 3rd party's. It would be great in this scenario if API Management would support native impersonation of Windows credentials.
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We plan to add the auto-start to the regular Compute blade at some point. However, if you create the VMs in a Lab, the auto-start is already available.
Also, we do de-allocate.
Thanks for the input!
I would image that most people that use the auto-shutdown feature also would like to have their VM started automatically. Hopefully this will be implemented soon.
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This is an relatively old feature request, but something that I would like to have implemented. We use OMS Log Analytics for monitoring all our resources in Azure. But we find that the alerts don't work as well. Especially because some of our VMs are shutdown when they are not in use. Therefore it's necessary to put them in maintenance mode of somekind.