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Corey Wilson

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    Corey Wilson commented  · 

    I very recently had a cx who had deleted multiple app service plans with multiple apps in each but had no idea the names of the apps or the resources used. Azure does keep these deletes for 30 days but it's very difficult to identify and recover the applications without knowing the names or all the resources the apps used. For example, if you identify an app and try to restore it, if that app uses a gateway, then the restore fails. It took hours but I was able to at least recover the apps and the files but could not recover the configuration. My subsequent research showed that AWS and Google Cloud have a much easier process of identifying and recovering accidentally deleted resources. We need this functionality.

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