The following update is now available in the Consumption and Basic/Standard plans:
Azure Developer CLI (azd) for Azure Spring Apps: Azure Developer CLI (azd) is an open-source tool that accelerates the time it takes for you to get your application from local development environment to Azure. You can now initialize, package, provision, and deploy a Spring application to Azure Spring Apps with only a few commands. Try it out usingQuickstart: Deploy your first web application to Azure Spring Apps.
The following updates are now available in the Enterprise plan:
Shareable build result among Azure Spring Apps Enterprise instances (preview): This update enables you to have full visibility for Azure Spring Apps built images through bring-your-own Azure Container Registry (ACR) to support the following scenarios:
Build and test in a PREPROD environment and deploy to multiple PROD environments with the verified images.
Orchestrate a secure CICD pipeline to plug in any steps between build and deploy actions.
Application Configuration Service – enhanced performance and security: This update provides a dramatic performance enhancement in Git monitoring operations. This enhancement enables faster updates for configuration and certification verification over TLS between Application Configuration Service and Git repos. For more information, seeUse Application Configuration Service for Tanzu.
1000 app instance support (preview): We've increased the maximum app instance count for one Azure Spring Apps Enterprise service instance to 1000 to support large-scale microservice clusters. For more information, seeQuotas and service plans for Azure Spring Apps.