Full Text Search:

Created Service Type Note Context Reference
3/7/2019 API Management Preview Features The ability to separate Azure API Management service instances for various environments—for example, production, staging, or QA—is now available in preview. These environments are usually shared by multiple development teams, each responsible for a subset of APIs. In addition, we’ve published a conceptual framework for achieving continuous integration and deployment, and , we’ve provided utility tools and examples to help achieve continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD).The tools are open sourced and can be extended and customized as needed. Link Link Details
2/19/2019 API Management Updated Features On February 14, we started a regular Azure API Management service update. The update includes bug fixes, changes, and new features including updates to policy, RSACertificateExtension support, ability to change publisher email/organization name without restarting APIM and more. Link Link Details
1/23/2019 API Management Preview Features Azure API Management has just introduced preview support of OpenAPI Specification v3 – the latest version of the broadly used open-source standard of describing APIs. Implementation of the feature is based on the OpenAPI.NET SDK. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 API Management Preview Features The bring your own cache feature enables you to use external Redis-compatible cache with API Management in the consumption tier. Bringing your own cache allows you to achieve better performance within API Management in a serverless environment because caching is not available in API Management consumption tier out of the box. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 API Management Preview Features API Management Consumption Tier users can now create subscriptions at different levels, and subscriptions are no longer required to be associated with a developer account. Link Link Details
11/8/2018 API Management Updated Features The latest update to Azure API Management includes the following bug fixes, changes, and new features including more reliable API import, improved AAD group support, better dev portal signup experience and more. Link Link Details
10/22/2018 API Management Retiring Features The following versions of the Azure API Management REST API are being deprecated and will be retired on October 1, 2019: - 2014-02-14-preview - 2014-02-14 - 2015-09-15 - 2016-07-07 - 2016-10-10 - 2017-03-01 The following client libraries depend on the preceding APIs and will be affected: - .NET SDK NuGet packages for Microsoft.Azure.Management.ApiManagement prior to version 4.0.0-preview - PowerShell cmdlet modules for AzureRm.ApiManagement prior to version 6.1.0 ​ Link Link Details
10/15/2018 API Management Updated Features The latest update to Azure API Management includes the following bug fixes, changes, and new features: smoother upgrades of APIM, activity logs for incorrect key vault certs, enhanced API for listing reports by request, bug fixes in analytics, tracing and wildcard host names. Link Link Details
8/30/2018 API Management Updated Feature The latest update to Azure API Management includes these features and bug fixes: Improved API import from function apps: When importing from a function app, you can now select a single, multiple, or all functions within the app that are configured with an HTTP trigger. We take care of setting security keys so that you can make a successful call immediately after the import is complete. Simplified Add API UI: On the Add API page, we now show only a few required settings and provide one-click access to the full set of configurations. Simplified policy editing for frequently used policies: You can now configure IP restriction, rate limit, cache, and CORS policies by using the form-based policy editor. Specify default SSL binding in the Azure portal UI: When setting a custom domain name for the proxy, you can now mark its certificate as the one to be used when the SNI header is not present. Improved support for revisions in Git configuration: Setting a revision as current now works as expected. Improved support for diagnostics entities in the management API: We now return correct identifiers when you list or get a diagnostic entity in API versions before 2018-06-01-preview. The update started on August 28, 2018. We upgrade service instances in batches, and it usually takes about a week for the update to reach every active service instance. Link Link Details
8/15/2018 API Management Updated Feature The APIM VSTS extension has been updated. The extension comes with the following features: Support of versioned APIs Support of API prefix Support of Versioning Schemes (segment, query string, HTTP header) Support of Product creation Support of Product and API policies, with many pre-defined templates which you can override as you need Resolving in-line or URL-based OpenAPI specification Ability to let the extension create an APIM layer on top of a function set with automatic mapping between functions and operations and the injection of each function's key through an operation policy. A security checker task validating that every backend endpoint is secured, should you use OAuth or any other authorization mechanism to protect your API endpoints. This task is not related to Azure API Management but relates to APIs in general. Link Link Details

Previous Next