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General Availability for App Configuration - February 19, 2020 #5

lisaguthrie opened this issue Feb 3, 2020 · 0 comments

General Availability for App Configuration - February 19, 2020 #5

lisaguthrie opened this issue Feb 3, 2020 · 0 comments


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@lisaguthrie lisaguthrie commented Feb 3, 2020

We previously announced our plan to release App Configuration to general availability in January 2020. Understandably, we’ve gotten a lot of questions recently about whether that is still the case. We want to provide an update on our progress towards GA.

We will release App Configuration to general availability on February 19, 2020.

The main reason for the delay has been to build out some new features aligning to the Azure Security Controls Benchmark. In particular, you’ll see some new functionality allowing you to secure your infrastructure via Private Links, as well as to use your own keys for encrypting data stored in App Configuration.

Pricing is unchanged from our previous announcement, and will now begin on February 19.

  Free Standard
Resources per subscription 1 Unlimited
Storage per resource 10 MB 1 GB
Key history 7 days 30 days
Requests per day 1,000 (HTTP status code 429 will be returned for all requests once the limit is reached) First 200,000 included in the daily charge. Additional requests will be billed as overage.
SLA None 99.9% availability
Security functionality Encryption with Microsoft-managed keys
HMAC or AAD authentication
RBAC support
Managed identity
All Free tier functionality plus:
Encryption with customer-managed keys
Private Link support
Cost Free US$1.20 per day, plus any overage charge at US$0.06 per 10,000 requests

Next week, we will start to roll out the ability to select the Free vs. Standard tier when creating an App Configuration resource. Both tiers will be free until February 19. After GA, there will be charges for resources explicitly created under the Standard tier, or explicitly migrated to the Standard tier. All other resources (including resources created prior to the introduction of the Standard tier) will be in the Free tier. You can migrate these resources to the Standard tier at any time.

Thank you for your support throughout the public preview. We look forward to reaching this important new milestone.

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