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OpenAPI v3 support in Azure API Management, now generally available, includes fixes and improvements such as support for multipart/form-data and interoperability between OpenAPI versions.
IoT Central has two new pricing plans designed to provide greater management, flexibility and simplicity for building IoT applications.
Lab owners can now enable user-assigned managed identities on lab virtual machines in Azure DevTest Labs.
The Azure Sphere Preview 20.01 release is now available via the retail evaluation feed. Verify that your applications and devices operate properly with this release before it is deployed broadly in 14 days.
New Azure Dav4-series and Eav4-series virtual machines based on the latest AMD EPYC™ 7452 processor are now available in East US, East US2, West US2, Southeast Asia, North and West Europe regions.
The Azure Service Fabric 7.0 Second refresh release, which includes bug fixes, preview features and performance enhancements, has started rolling out to various Azure regions.
Kaleido’s blockchain business cloud now includes direct Azure billing and full support for customers using Kaleido’s pay-as-you-go plans
The Azure Blueprint for FedRAMP High is now available in both Azure Government and Azure Public regions. This is in addition to the Azure Blueprint for FedRAMP Moderate released in November 2019.
Target availability: Q1 2020
Here are the updates on Microsoft Custom Translator bug fixes, improvements,and new/refreshed models for January 2020.
We are announcing general availability of HBv2 Virtual Machines for high-performance computing. HBv2 VMs are designed to provide supercomputing levels of performance and MPI scalability at on-premises competitive economics.
Translator Text now supports five new languages – Irish, Punjabi, Malayalam, Kannada and Portuguese (Portugal).
Azure Backup now supports selective disk backup and restore using Azure Virtual Machine backup solution
Azure Backup now supports exclude-disk functionality where you get an option to back up one or a few from the many data disks in a VM. Each recovery point contains data of the disks included in the backup operation, which further allows you to have a subset of disks restored from the given recovery point during the restore operation. This provides an efficient and cost-effective solution for your backup and restore needs.
Azure Site Recovery now supports replication of Azure Virtual Machines that have managed disks encrypted with customer-managed keys.
Azure Cost Management can help you better understand where you’re accruing costs in the cloud, identify and help prevent bad spending patterns, and optimise costs to empower you to do more with less. Here are a few of the latest improvements and updates based on your feedback.
Azure Data Factory users can now build Mapping Data Flows utilized Managed Identity (formerly MSI) for Azure Data Lake Store Gen 2, Azure SQL Database and Azure Synapse Analytics (formerly SQL DW).
Azure App Service on Azure Stack Hub Update 8 released today.
Azure Data Factory is now available in South Africa North
Managed instance now provides the capability to update hardware generation from Gen4 to Gen5 from the pricing tier screen in the Azure portal.
Azure Backup now provides soft delete for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines and SAP HANA in Azure Virtual Machines workloads along with the already supported Azure Virtual Machines soft delete scenario.
New Azure Lighthouse features are now generally available, including a built-in role for managed service providers to opt out of managing delegated scopes and the ability to Azure Resource Graph to query across tenants.
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