Azure Databricks is expected to be available in preview in CY20Q1
There are no near term plans to provide this functionality. However we will keep it under review for periodic re-evaluation in the future.
Azure App Service TeamTopper Kain commented
We have a standard requirement to scan all incoming files with some form of AV. Currently, we have create additional infrastructure outside our app service to send the file to AV, which increases our cost and compliance burden. Having an AV option integral to the app service will allow users in our situation to keep the bytes within the app service, reducing our footprint and complexity.
As mentioned below, we are using the AMSI Antimalware Services Interface to execute our AV scans.
Thank you for your feedback. This functionality is offered by security partners. Symantec has released the support on Azure Blob Storage. Please refer to the partner website for detailed information.
8 votesTopper Kain commented
We have a PaaS based application that has a feature that allows users to save and share files. We need the ability to confirm that a file or byte array does not contain malware before saving to blob storage /serving up the file to other users. There are cloud services outside of Azure that can do this, but our dev and IT teams want to keep everything within Azure (it makes our security documentation much easier). We could spin up a VM to do this, but then we aren't a PaaS application anymore and our security documentation and maintenance becomes much harder.
A simple endpoint that takes byte array and returns whether the file is safe or not would solve this common use case.
DNSSEC remains on our long term roadmap, however it is unlikely to be available in CY 2019. If DNSSEC is a critical and immediate requirement for your business we’d suggest that you consider evaluating 3rd party DNS hosting solutions that provide this feature.