Monthly updates for February 2018
At the end of the current enrollment period, all Stream Analytics jobs will be migrated, and customers will be transitioned to the new pricing model.
You can back up file shares automatically based on policy and restore instantly to a point in time by using the Azure portal.
Because you can now embed more Power BI features in your apps by using Power BI Embedded, the Power BI Workspace Collections service is being retired.
We're excited to announce the general availability of application consistent backup for Linux VMs running in Azure by using Azure Backup.
Visual Studio App Center will combine multiple services commonly used by mobile developers into a single, integrated product. You'll be able to build, test, distribute, and monitor your mobile apps, and then easily add backend cloud services to scale your app to millions of users on demand.
The Master Reference Architecture for Analytics Platform System will be updated with the latest generation of hardware and will be available in the spring of 2018.
PolyBase in SQL Data Warehouse can now skip header rows on load.
Join us as we explore Azure Cosmos DB in our seven-part training series with interactive question and answer opportunities throughout.
The Graphical Execution Plan feature in SQL Server Management Studio is supported for SQL Data Warehouse.
Web App for Containers is a fully managed platform to deploy, run, and scale your apps hosted in containers. You can try it out, with no credit card required.
You can use your OMS workspace and Log Analytics to monitor Azure backups across Recovery Services vaults and subscriptions.
Azure Security Center helps you prevent, detect, and respond to security threats by offering increased visibility into and control over the security of your Azure deployments.
Recent updates for Azure Container Instances include DNS name label support, streaming logs, and setting restart policies.
A new capability is in preview: automatic guest OS image updates in scale sets.
Azure Analysis Services is now available in the Central US region.
Av2-series and F-series virtual machines (VM) are now available for Azure Stack.
We're expanding support for the VPN Gateway to allow Azure Stack users greater flexibility with their settings.
Managed Disks is now available on Azure Stack.
We're developing new and updated features for the monitoring, diagnostics, and servicing experiences to ensure Azure Stack operators can keep the Azure Stack integrated system running and healthy.
We’re pleased to share that we're now supporting Service Fabric on your Windows Server and Linux virtual machines (VMs) running in Azure Stack.
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