The .NET Core February 2019 Update has been deployed to all regions for public Azure App Service (Windows), all App Service Environment instances running in public App Service (Windows), all sovereign cloud regions, and all App Service Environment instances running in sovereign cloud regions.
WildFly is a fully managed app server running on App Service powered by Azul Zulu JDK, bringing free Java LTS support and maintenance to Azure customers. WildFly on Azure is a standalone instance but can be configured to scale and connect with other Azure services for enterprise-grade performance.
Managed identity support for App Service and Azure Functions now supports user-assigned identities for Linux, along with managed identities for App Service on Linux/Web App for Containers (both in preview).
Using the managed identities for Azure Services and expanding on the generally available support for system-assigned identities on Windows, you can now configure identities for Linux apps, both for Azure Functions and App Service (in preview). User-assigned identities are also now supported for both OS platforms in preview.
Azure App Service Deployment Center is now Generally Available. The Deployment Center is a centralized overview for all the deployment methods supported by your app and a guided experience for configuring continuous integration/continuous deployment.
We’re excited to announce the “Bring Your Own Storage” feature to App Service on Linux and Web App for Containers. Available in public preview, “Bring Your Own Storage” supports mounting Azure Blobs and Azure Files into your Azure App Service. You can configure up to five Azure storage accounts for a given App Service.