Monthly updates for August 2017
Build event-driven architectures and receive a real-time stream of database updates with Azure Cosmos DB change feed.
Use mssql-scripter, an open-source command-line interface, to generate database scripts in Azure Cloud Shell.
In Azure Monitor, you can now create multiple resource diagnostic settings per resource (in public preview) and route your metrics and logs to a destination in a different subscription.
Recent updates have added new capabilities to the Standard Edition of Azure Data Catalog to give Data Catalog administrators more control over allowed operations on catalog metadata.
Azure Event Grid is an innovative offering that will make an event a first-class object in Azure. With Azure Event Grid, you will be able to subscribe to any event that's happening across your Azure resources, and react using serverless platforms like Functions or Logic Apps.
Recent updates have added new capabilities to Azure Data Catalog to deliver support for relationships between registered data assets, and discovering related data assets in the Data Catalog portal.
Recent Batch updates for rendering, job task counts, and exposing ports on pool nodes.
Enable event-based reactive programming in Azure.
Alerts on management events will be retired after October 1, 2017, as the functionality has transitioned to Activity Log Alerts.
Azure DNS is now generally available in Microsoft Azure Germany.
With Azure Log Analytics, you can collect and correlate data from multiple sources to get a unified dashboard view and gain insights to detect and mitigate IT issues.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in all Azure Government regions (US DOD Central, US DOD East, US Gov Arizona, US Gov Texas, US Gov Iowa, US Gov Virginia).
Azure Backup has expanded its service to cover all Azure Government regions.
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