Tenant applications in Azure App Service on Azure Stack can be backed up to Azure or Azure Stack storage. Tenants must use Standard SKUs to have this feature available to them, it is not a feature available to apps deploy in Shared or Free App Service Plans.
Are you using Functions or classic Web Apps?
Could you please provide more details on the scenario? Is your problem with HD Insights or App Service?
VNet integration is now in public preview in production.
the current plan is to provide throttling controls on a per instance base, which would enable limiting the amount of executions. This can work for scenarios where downstream resources cannot be strained or even DOS attacks.
Merging this with a duplicate related to global throttling controls. We believe that an actual per-execution throttle will be more effective than a server limit.
This looks like a problem with API Management. Moving this issue over to the APIM UserVoice queue.
Azure App Service Team
Some feedback from our team:
We do not update the SSL binding on rare cases, and we do have the code working just that it happens on a different task. This is definitely a bug we will be fixing as soon as we can. Most likely will be dealt with in June.
Just to update that we still have this work on our backlog but it has been delayed a bit. Our intention is to improve the UX to do a sync with the certificates after change.
Thanks for the additional details in GH. I'll have the engineers on our team sync with the doc folks that answered here.
this is being planned, will send a further update once it has started.
ordering in serviceBus is guaranteed through sessions. Linking this issue to the one tracking sessions
Thanks for the suggestion, that is definitely a good ask, we will look into it
Azure App Service team
Just to comment here that this is still something we want to pursue, but it has been lower in priority compared with other deliverables we are working on.
Hi, This scenario is currently unsupported, you can move your app between resource groups but you can’t move it to another app service plan if the destination app service plan is in a different resource group than the source resource group, even if both app service plans are on the same scale unit.
We are currently investigating how we can add the support for such scenario, and we will share any updates.
Ahmed (App Service Team)
We still don't have other news here other than cloning is the solution we suggest. We will definitely update if there is future work done on this front to make moving apps between Resource Groups seamless.
Please check the feature we have to support multi-containers within App Service.
Does this meet the needs?
Understood. We still don't have the capability to scale each container separately.
Currently, scaling happens at the App Service Plan level and all containers in multi-containers are hosted in the same plan, therefore scale together.
We haven't decided yet if we will pursue this use case, but we will leave the request open here to gather potential customer support.
Thanks again for feedback.
The specific use case as you stated in the comment is on our roadmap. We will update status once we have a timeline.
This is still on our backlog for review, this did not make it into update 2. We will continue to review this for Azure App Service on Azure Stack.
This item is still on our backlog for review, but did not make it into update 3. We will continue to review this for Azure App Service on Azure Stack.
Please tell us a bit more about scenarios you are trying to enable and how do you see this feature working.
Python support is now available on App Service Linux. Follow the quickstart tutorial here – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/containers/quickstart-python to get started.
Thanks for your feedback. We will take this into consideration for our Python3.6 offering (currently in development).
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Moved feature request to App Insights.
No change, but moving this to unplanned to better reflect project status.
It is currently on our backlog, unfortunately I don’t have an ETA for it
Azure App Service Team
Moved to management in App Insights.
Moving item to Azure SQL uservoice
This is a great idea!
I’ve linked it up to a github issue for the same feature. https://github.com/Azure/azure-functions-host/issues/1968
Azure Functions Team
Merging this with a similar item
Thank you for your feedback. It is the order of rules which determines how request is processed. Adding reordering and priority for rules is planned.
Moved request to the Application Gateway forum.