Monthly updates for August 2015
Mobile Engagement SDKs updated for Android M and XCode 7/iOS 9. Please update to these SDK versions when targeting the new operating system releases.
The Logic Apps .NET SDK makes it easy to programmatically manage your Logic apps if you use C#.
New limits on the number of connections allowed to a Redis Cache.
The StorSimple device supports two volume types: Tiered Volume (formerly Primary) and Archival Volume.
Azure Automation has added the ability to run runbook tests on hybrid runbook workers.
Azure Search updates include an API prototype, language support, and new regions.
Azure Site Recovery available in Central US, South Central US, North Central US, and East US2 regions
Customers can now deploy and use Azure Site Recovery in these regions: Central US, South Central US, North Central US and East US2.
Event Hubs is available in every public Azure region in the world.
Azure Cosmos DB supports geospatial indexing and querying.
Row-Level Security for SQL Database enables you to store data for many users in a single database and table, while restricting row-level access, based on a user's identity or role.
Access the context menu for tiles and remove tiles on blades or the start screen by using a menu that appears when you hover over a tile.
The G-Series provides more memory and more local solid-state drive storage than other Azure virtual machines. In addition, the GS-Series supports Premium storage across the East US 2, West US, and West Europe regions.
A new learning path for Azure Event Hubs has been published.
A new learning path for Azure Service Bus has been published.
Logic apps started out with Foreach loops, but today, Do...until loops and other options give you more control, such as a native Wait capability and the ability to override HTTP async.
Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK 1.4.0 is available with support for ID routing, geospatial indexing and query, LINQ providers, and a smart index policy builder.
The latest Azure Cosmos DB service update includes support for automatic indexing of geospatial data, as well as SQL support for performing proximity queries stored in Azure Cosmos DB.
The ID-based routing update for Azure Cosmos DB adds support for using an alternate link to address resources via REST.
Application Insights tiles are enabled for auto-refresh