Monthly updates for July 2014
Use the Azure Preview portal to create, manage, and monitor your virtual machines.
Deploying multi-virtual machine applications is easier than ever before. Create a three-server or nine-server SharePoint Server Farm by providing only a name, username, and password.
Multiple updates for Azure PowerShell are included in our latest releases.
We’ve added support for reverse DNS for all Azure Cloud Services at no additional cost!
We've added Azure Storage to the preview portal. Create accounts, view your containers, and monitor performance.
Set up a monitoring experience that keeps track of new metrics.
The recommended pricing tier is the simplest way to select an offering.
Machine Learning is a fully managed service for advanced analytics in the cloud.
Azure Event Hubs helps solve data flow challenges where you want to ingest, persist, and process millions of events per second.
Manage your Azure SQL Database subscriptions using the new Azure Preview Portal.
The US Central region in Iowa and US East 2 region in Virginia are generally available.
More options for the secure, dedicated Redis Cache, managed by Microsoft.
Service Bus Basic and Standard tiers provide price flexibility that better accommodate different use cases.
4 decimals gives you more accurate pricing for Azure Block Blob Storage.
The GA release of backup and restore for Azure Web Sites includes lots of new tools and features.
Host middle tier or backend applications behind a private IP address that is visible only within your cloud service or Virtual Network.
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