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New 48vCPUs sizes for the Dv3, Dsv3, Ev3, Esv3, Fsv2, and Lsv2 Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) are now available so you can better match your workload requirements.
The Avere FXT Edge Filer solution is now generally available. This redesigned hardware takes advantage of Avere Systems’ software technology to accelerate network-attached storage (NAS) environments and expand access to Azure Blob storage.
Azure SQL Database published the first in the industry business continuity SLA for a relational database service
Azure SQL database service has updated its service level agreement (SLA) offering guarantees for common disaster recovery metrics.
We have released three new B-series sizes: B12ms, B16ms and B20ms. These are lower cost VMs with flexible CPU usage.
Announcing Data Box Disk GA in SE Asia (Singapore) and Azure Government (US Gov Virginia)
Fully managed service for seamless and secure RDP/SSH access to your virtual machines without public IP on the VM.
Dev/test pricing option for individual Visual Studio subscribers is now available for Azure SQL Database managed instance
Dev/test pricing option for individual Visual Studio subscribers is now available for Azure SQL Database managed instance.
Four vCore Azure SQL Database managed instances are now available on Gen5 hardware for the General Purpose and Business Critical Service tiers.
Announcing newly discounted promotional pricing for the NCv1, NVv1, and Hv1-series VM families.
Generation 2 (UEFI Boot) Virtual Machines available in Azure for public preview
Reserved instances discounts are now available for VMs and Azure SQL Database instances created in your Dev/Test offer subscriptions.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift, a fully managed Red Hat OpenShift service, jointly operated with Red Hat is now available.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux images are now available as both BYOS and PAYG offers.
Azure reservation updates include new purchase experience and APIs.
Starting today, you can now use the Azure SQL Data Warehouse Reserved Capacity pricing to reserve compute power for existing and future clusters. This option provides you savings up to 65% cDWU capacity.
Azure Container Instances overall price reductions of anywhere between 35% and 50% depending on region and usage pattern.
The new L-series tiers offer significantly more storage at a reduced cost per terabyte compared to the standard tiers. This is ideal for internal applications searching over large file repositories, archival scenarios when you have business data going back many years, or e-discovery applications.
The Azure AD B2C service will no longer charge for "Stored Users" starting April 1, 2019, to lower the cost of managing consumer identities.
The new B1ls Azure virtual machine, which has the smallest memory and lowest cost among Azure VM instances, is now available.
New Azure managed disks SKUs for Premium SSDs, Standard SSDs and Standard HDDs will reach up to 32TiB (32,767 GB). Performance will now reach up to 20,000 IOPS and 900 MBps on Premium SSD Disks