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6/13/2018 App Services Region Update The Logic Apps feature of Azure App Service is now available in the US Gov Texas region. Link Details
5/7/2018 App Services New Feature Following our communication earlier in the year, the App Service team is happy to announce that the App Service Authentication/Authorization feature is now available to Linux apps. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 App Services Preview Feature The App Service team is happy to announce the public preview of Multi-container support in Web App for Containers. Link Link Details
4/12/2018 App Services Region Update The App Service Environment, with Isolated pricing plans, is now available in the US Government regions. The App Service Environment is a deployment of the Azure App Service and runs in your Azure Virtual Network. Link Link Details
4/11/2018 App Services Updated Feature The March update for App Services has been released including updated tooling for App Service Diagnostics, App Insights and App Adviser. Additionally, free and shared app plans now support HTTPS only configurations. Link Link Details
3/27/2018 App Services New Features You can now find community driven docker images to try out on Web App for Containers on Github. These images follow best practices for Web app for containers , contain SSH for debugging purposes. Link Link Details
3/17/2018 App Services Updated Features The latest PHP runtimes have been applied to App Services. Link Link Details
3/2/2018 App Services Preview Features The Azure App Service team just released the TCP Connections tile shortcut in App Service diagnostics. Link Link Details
2/9/2018 App Services Updated Features Monthly update to App Services has landed including refreshed UX for App Settings, MySQL in app data import, a new FAQ in blade and web apps on linux support for .net core 2 Link Details
2/7/2018 App Services New Features The App Service team have been hard at work creating a new create and deploy experience for Azure App Service. We released a new Azure CLI extension that adds a new command called new. The new command enables the user to create and deploy their Node.js app using a single command, we check for the existence of a package.json file in the code root path to indicate it is a Node.js app. Link Link Details

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