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The following updates are now available in the Enterprise plan:
Spring Cloud Gateway enables you to set log level per logger name: Spring Cloud Gateway now supports precise control over the generation of log messages and their respective verbosity levels. This enhancement enables you to concentrate your attention on specific areas within the codebase that warrant closer inspection and monitoring. For more information, see the Configure log levels section of Configure VMware Spring Cloud Gateway and Troubleshoot VMware Spring Cloud Gateway.
Spring Cloud Gateway supports a restart operation using the Azure portal and the Azure CLI: This enhancement enables you to initiate a restart of Spring Cloud Gateway conveniently, either through the Azure portal or by using Azure CLI commands, in alignment with your preferred schedule. For more information, see the Restart VMware Spring Cloud Gateway section of Configure VMware Spring Cloud Gateway.
Spring Cloud Gateway supports Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS): Spring Cloud Gateway now enables you to restrict access to resources to specific domains by using Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). For more information, see the Configure cross-origin resource sharing section of Configure VMware Spring Cloud Gateway.
Spring Cloud Gateway exposes addon properties: This update enables you to configure advanced properties of Spring Cloud Gateway that serve specific use cases that might not be universally recommended. This capability brings you the flexibility to fine-tune Spring Cloud Gateway to address particular scenarios and requirements. For more information, see the Update add-on configuration section of Configure VMware Spring Cloud Gateway.
API Portal supports single sign-on with multiple replicas: This update removes the restriction that prevents you from getting better reliability by configuring multiple replicas of your API Portal instance when single sign-on is enabled. For more information, see the Configure single sign-on (SSO) section of Use API portal for VMware Tanzu.
App Accelerator supports Git repositories in Azure DevOps: Application Accelerator maintains ready-made, enterprise-conformant code and configurations in Git repositories. Now, Application Accelerator enables loading accelerators directly from Git repositories hosted in Azure DevOps. For more information, see the Manage your own accelerators section of Use VMware Tanzu Application Accelerator with the Azure Spring Apps Enterprise plan.
App Accelerator supports fragments and sub paths: Application Accelerator supports fragments, enabling the efficient reuse of sections within an accelerator. This functionality saves you effort when you add new accelerators. For more information, see the Reference a fragment in your own accelerators section of Use VMware Tanzu Application Accelerator with the Azure Spring Apps Enterprise plan.
Java native image support (preview): Native images generally have smaller memory footprints and quicker startup times when compared to their JVM counterparts. With this feature, you can deploy Spring Boot native image applications using the
java-native-imagebuildpack. For more information, see the Deploy Java Native Image applications section of How to deploy polyglot apps in the Azure Spring Apps Enterprise plan.
Support for the PHP Buildpack: You can deploy PHP apps directly from source code and receive continuous maintenance (CVE fixes) for the automatic built images. For more information, see the Deploy PHP applications section of How to deploy polyglot apps in the Azure Spring Apps Enterprise plan.
New Relic APM support for .NET apps: New Relic is a software analytics tool suite to measure and monitor performance bottlenecks, throughput, service health, and more. This update enables you to bind your .NET application with New Relic Application Performance Monitoring (APM). For more information, see the Supported APM types section of How to configure APM integration and CA certificates.
The following update is now available in the Standard consumption and dedicated plan:
- JHipster Azure Spring Apps: With the collaboration between the JHipster and Azure Spring Apps teams, JHipster Azure Spring Apps is designed to streamline your full-stack Spring application development and deployment from end to end. For more information, see Build and deploy your full-stack Spring app with JHipster Azure Spring Apps.
- Learn using an MS Learn module or self-paced workshop on GitHub.
- Deploy your first Spring app to Azure!
- Deploy the demo Fitness Store Spring Boot app to Azure.
- Deploy the demo Animal Rescue Spring Boot app to Azure.
- Learn more about implementing solutions on Azure Spring Apps.
- Deploy Spring Boot apps by leveraging enterprise best practices – Azure Spring Apps Reference Architecture.
- Migrate your Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Tomcat applications to Azure Spring Apps.
- Wire Spring applications to interact with Azure services.
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