Azure Retirements 2022
As increased businesses continue to migrate their workloads to the cloud, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest changes and updates to cloud services. Microsoft Azure, one of the most popular cloud platforms on the market, is no exception. As we move further into 2022, there are several Azure services that will be retired, impacting users who are still using these services.
We inform you about an important upgrade Azure is making this 2022 via Azure updates, which has been a popular tool for running jobs on a schedule. Users of Azure Scheduler will need to migrate to a different tool, such as Azure Logic Apps, which offers similar functionality. Azure Scheduler was officially retired on September 30th, 2022, so users are encouraged to plan their migration now to avoid any disruptions.
Plan your transition to a replacement version and share this with your team and collaborators based on subscription IDs.
To learn more about the retirement of Azure:
- Go to Azure updates.
- In the Update type, select Retirements.
- In Retirement year, select 2022.
- Select Filter Results.
Please enter the Azure website and analyze meticulously the several retirements happening in 2022. If you use APIs, SKUs or retired services, don’t hesitate to book a meeting with one of our cloud specialists. We can assist you through these updates seamlessly.
In addition to these retirements, there are several other Azure services that were deprecated or replaced in 2022. For example, Azure Cache for Redis 6.0 will be replaced by Azure Cache for Redis 6.2, which offers enhanced performance and scalability. Similarly, Azure Site Recovery will be replaced by Azure Site Recovery Manager, which provides improved failover and disaster recovery capabilities.
Overall, it’s important for Azure users to stay up to date with these changes and plan their migration accordingly. Microsoft provides detailed documentation on retiring and deprecated Azure services, as well as guidance on how to migrate to new services. By staying informed and proactive, users can avoid any potential disruptions and ensure a smooth transition to the latest Azure offerings.