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SamuelKastberg-0255 asked SwathiDhanwada-MSFT edited

Query Azure updates programmatically

Is it possible to query Azure Updates programmatically? e.g. with a REST API or CLI
The idea is to automate the request and send alerts to stakeholders so they can be proactive. The RSS feed https://azurecomcdn.azureedge.net/en-us/updates/feed/ don't provide information as retirement date or product. Also the RSS feed will not show older announcements.

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maserg answered SamuelKastberg-0255 commented

Hi there,

For the retirement information I would highly recommend the source being driven by Microsoft employee

https://github.com/azure-deprecation/dashboard/issues

This is what I use for my customers :)

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Thanks @maserg!
I agree that the source should be Microsoft, that was the reason to my question. The azure-deprecation is a great source, still community driven.

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There is no direct answer. Many PGs announces the changes a little bit differently. But mainly by using blogs. There is no API for this.

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