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Azure Scheduler retirement and replacement

I am aware Azure Scheduler is no longer a supported service and has now been deprecated. What are my replacement options?

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Hi Femi,

Azure Scheduler was fully retired on December 31, 2019. All Scheduler functionality has been moved to Azure Logic Apps. For important steps to take, see Extending retirement date for Scheduler to December 31, 2019. For general updates, see Azure updates - Scheduler

Source: Scheduler retirement


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If there is an additional question with regards to what will happen to my scheduled Azure Web Jobs from Azure Scheduler?

The answer is:

Web Jobs using this way of Scheduling Web Jobs are not using the Azure Scheduler internally. For the schedule to work it requires the website to be configured as 'Always On' and is not an Azure Scheduler but an internal implementation of a scheduler. The only type of Web Jobs that would be affected are those that are specifically using Azure Scheduler to run the Web Job by means of the Web Jobs API. You can trigger these WebJobs from a Logic App using the HTTP Action.

Source: FAQ page of Migrate Azure Scheduler jobs to Azure Logic Apps


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