Azure portal Function apps and Cosmos DB UI changes

Rafael Silva 0 Reputation points
2024-05-17T19:08:14.71+00:00

I have reader access and today I noticed that the Azure Portal UI functions under Function App have changed. It is no longer possible to see the overview option for a specific function.

Additionally, I noticed that under Monitoring for CosmosDB, the Diagnostics settings have been removed.

Could you please provide a link to the documentation that shows these changes or let me know what has been changed?

I had reader access and was able to access these features before.

Thank you.

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  1. Ryan Hill 26,856 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-05-17T20:24:14.6366667+00:00

    Hi @Rafael Silva,

    Updates are normally posted on https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/?. You may also find some updates posted under https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/ as well. But it's unlikely that small UI tweaks will be posted though. For the overview of the function, it may not be under Overview tab at the function app level, but the information should still be available by clicking the function name under the Overview blade of the function app. Basically, just relocated.

    As for Cosmos, Diagnostic settings is still there under Monitoring. Since your access is Reader role, I would verify the access you have either at the resource level or resource group. You do this by selecting the View My Access button under Access control (IAM) blade.

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    If you're referring to a different screen or specific information, please do let me know down below.


    EDIT 2024 May 23

    Per our offline conversation, I wanted to update my answer to better benefit the community. We did determine the JSON View link had been removed when the Function blade experience was revised. Unfortunately, there isn't a workaround for that capability other than using az functionapp list --resource-group myResourceGroup --name myFunctionApp. However, I have raised this feedback with the team.