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  • When will .NET core be supported. You've had this on Azure for a while in beta then with the release I'm told it will be many months before it's supported. Isn't the idea of stack to support internal company systems and development environments so that loads can spread between Azure and client site? If so how is that possible when the technologies are so different from each other?
    Wednesday, July 20, 2016 9:43 PM

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    Neelesh

    Thursday, July 21, 2016 3:37 PM
    Moderator
  • Hi Ryan,

                App Service on Azure Stack is currently in preview and the most recent preview release was released in January 2016 well before ASP.Net Core was released.  Therefore the capability is not supported at present.  We released ASP.Net Core support in Azure App Service on the 27th June 2016.  We will ship support for ASP.Net Core in a future preview but don't have details to share on when that will be.

    The goal with App Service on Azure Stack, as is the goal with Windows Azure Pack Websites, is to be consistent with Azure App Service where possible, however there is always going to be a slight delay in between features appearing in Azure App Service and the on-premises product.  Our focus is enabling the deployment and administration of Azure App Service on Azure Stack and until that is complete tenant capabilities will lag.

    If you wish to develop with .Net Core today on Azure Stack you can do so in a VM.  If you want to investigate .Net Core within App Service you can do so in Public Azure.

    Thanks

    Andrew


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    Thursday, July 21, 2016 8:59 PM