API Deprecations in Azure Container Registry
This article describes how to use the information about APIs that are removed from support for Azure Container Registry (ACR). This article provides early notice about future changes that might affect the APIs of ACR available to customers in preview or GA states.
This information helps you identify the deprecated API versions. The information is subject to change with future releases, and might not include each deprecated feature or product.
How to use this information
When an API is first listed as deprecated, support for using it with ACR is on schedule to be removed in a future update. This information is provided to help you plan for alternatives and a replacement version for using that API. When a version of API is removed, this article is updated to indicate that specific version.
Unless noted otherwise, a feature, product, SKU, SDK, utility, or tool that's supporting the deprecated API typically continues to be fully supported, available, and usable.
When support is removed for a version of API, you can use a latest version of API, as long as the API remains in support.
For CLI users, we recommend to use latest version of Azure CLI, for invoking SDK implementation. Run
az --version to find the version.
To avoid errors due to using a deprecated API, we recommend moving to a newer version of the ACR API. You can find a list of supported versions here.
You may be consuming this API via one or more SDKs. Use a newer API version by updating to a newer version of the SDK. You can find a list of SDKs and their latest versions here.
Removed and Deprecated APIs
The following API versions are ready for retirement/deprecation. In some cases, they're no longer in the product.
|API version||Deprecation first announcement||Plan to end support|
|2016-06-27-preview||July 17, 2023||October 16, 2023|
|2017-06-01-preview||July 17, 2023||October 16, 2023|
|2018-02-01-preview||July 17, 2023||October 16, 2023|
|2017-03-01-GA||September 2023||September 2026|
For more information, see the following articles: