Azure monitor for containers with Azure portal now supports new Kubernetes resource view. In this new view you can diagnose the issue by drilling down to resource types including deployments, pods, and replica sets & see historical data trend and overall usage over time.
Support for .NET Framework 4.8 is now generally available in Azure App Service
Azure Shared Disks for SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance (SQL FCI) on Azure IaaS is now in general availability.
General availability support for up to 16TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS in Azure Database for MariaDB enables you to run the most demanding, large scale workloads.
Greater recovery period granularity and automated backup compression now available, helping to optimize your backup storage costs.
More flexibility and choice for backup storage redundancy with the addition of LRS and ZRS storage options.
Now in preview, users can manage Azure Cosmos DB resources using a set of PowerShell cmdlets, available in the Az.CosmosDB Powershell module. The Az.CosmosDB module can be used with Windows PowerShell 5.1 as well as cross-platform PowerShell Core 6 or 7.
You can now confidently make indexing changes without fear of impacting existing reads and writes. Before this change, write performance was unaffected during index updates but query results were not consistent while the index transformation was ongoing.
Now in general availability, we are announcing Azure CLI support for autoscale in Azure Cosmos DB.
In order to provide Azure Service Bus to more customers irrespective of their application stack and application ecosystem, and in keeping with that vision, we’re announcing feature parity with Java Message Service (JMS) 2.0 over AMQP.
Remediate Advisor recommendations at scale more quickly and easily using Advisors new Quick Fix feature.
The Azure Monitor Logs service allows you to collect telemetry of all types across their entire infrastructure and query this telemetry to collect insights. We are announcing a new capability to collect audit logs about query execution.
Kubernetes resource view allows developers to use point and click navigation to see live, in-depth details of their workloads.
New enhancements and updates were made to Azure Security Center in July 2020.
Effective September 1, 2020 Azure Analytics Data Bricks Meters will have a name change.
Custom Translator team is being upgraded to V2 phase-1 to take advantage of the state-of-the-art neural machine translation (NMT) architecture available in Microsoft Translator. This architecture powers translation for Microsoft services such as Office 365, Teams, Speech Services, Bing.com, and Translator, along with other services. Data residency support is also being enabled to meet corporate data security, data privacy, and regulatory requirements to keep customer data in the Europe region.
A new Node.js IoT SDK LTS branch has been released offering customers a guarantee that they will benefit from any necessary security or critical bug fixes with minimal impact to their device’s stable code.
Beginning September 1, 2020, new Azure SQL Database gateways in multiple regions will start accepting traffic
On a rolling basis throughout September 2020, we’ll move Bandwidth to a source–destination billing model. Additionally, metering will be divided into inter-region meter IDs.
We have expanded the preview regions for Azure Blob storage object replication to include East US 2, Central US. You can start previewing this feature on any existing or new General-purpose (GPv2) storage accounts in those regions.