Deployment issues for new customers
Currently, all new-customer deployments are non-functional. Existing customers deploying into a new region are also affected. See Known Issues for updates.
Learn about the latest updates, new features, and resolved bugs in NGINX as a Service for Azure
- Absolute paths may now be used with the
NGINXaaS for Azure has new restrictions on file paths for Auxiliary files (Certificate files, njs files, etc). See the NGINX Filesystem Restrictions table for more information. Existing configurations will not be affected unless they need to be updated.
Logging support is now available
Please visit the Logging Support documentation for more information on exporting NGINX logs with NGINXaaS for Azure.
NGINXaaS for Azure ARM API schema supports previously unused fields
- NGINX deployment can be configured to send metrics-based alerts.
- New deployments utilize Availability Zones to ensure data planes are highly available.
- Files containing sensitive data can be uploaded as a “Protected File”, see: NGINX Configuration
NGINXaaS for Azure is now generally available in more regions
NGINXaaS for Azure is now available in the following additional regions:
- West US 2
- East US
- Central US
- North Central US
See the Supported Regions documentation for the full list of supported regions.
Resolved known NJS filepath issues
Affecting new deployments only, two NJS files in different subdirectories may share the same filename. For example:
js_path "njs"; js_import d1 as d1/test.js; js_import d2 as d2/test.js;
Updated the error returned when a certificate cannot be applied to the NGINX Configuration
This change improves the readability of some errors that may be returned when a certificate cannot be applied.
NGINX configurations have default logging directives
error_logto NGINX configurations in preparation for upcoming logging features. Requires a config push to be applied.
Improved likelihood of deployment success
Improved performance and reliability of backend services
Fixed bug where NGINX version appeared empty
Basic caching is now supported
For more information on caching with NGINXaaS for Azure, please visit the Basic Caching documentation.
Rate Limiting is now supported
For information on rate limiting with NGINXaaS for Azure, please visit the Rate Limiting documentation.
NGINXaaS for Azure is now available for public preview. Give it a try! If you find any issues please let us know by raising a support ticket.
Visit the Known issues section to learn about the issues present in this release.