Monthly updates for September 2016
The Azure API Management roadmap can help you stay abreast of our plans, follow our progress, and provide input.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update. Please see our blog post for information on the release payload.
We recently updated the PHP runtime versions to address a security vulnerability. We have also installed, and enabled by default, the recently released PHP 7.0 driver for SQL Server.
Azure Event Hubs Archive, now in public preview, enables you to automatically deliver the streaming data in Event Hubs to a Blob storage account of your choice.
A hotfix has been released to address the breaking changes in Azure PowerShell versions 1.4–1.6 and versions 2.0 and later.
By using Docker container monitoring in Operations Management Suite, you can get container inventory, performance data, and logs from one place.
Azure Scheduler is available in the United Kingdom South (London, England) and United Kingdom West (Cardiff, Wales) regions.
On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, we started deploying a regular service update. Please see our blog post for information on the release payload.
The United Kingdom Geography with two new Azure regions—UK South and UK West—is now generally available to customers.
Mocking provides a way for APIs to return sample responses even when their back end isn’t capable of providing one.
SQL Database Advisor is now significantly faster when tuning your database performance, requiring only a day of activity before producing the tuning recommendations.
Capabilities have been added to the Azure Batch service: Linux VM support (general availability), Linux MPI, task application packages, virtual network support for Windows VMs, and job auto-completion.