Monthly updates for October 2019
Azure Event Grid is now available on Azure IoT Edge
IoT Hub device streams is now also available in North Europe and Southeast Asia in preview
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.10 quality release is now available via the retail evaluation feed. The retail evaluation is meant for backwards compatibility testing. Use the retail evaluation feed to verify production-signed applications against the new release before we deploy it broadly on the retail feed.
The next release of the Azure Sphere SDK will bring significant enhancements in response to great feedback from the community.
Please find a table below outlining the Cost Management features that are currently in preview.
Updates to Azure Monitor for virtual machines (preview) will be launched in mid-November, 2019, ahead of the general availability (GA) release.
Managed instance, a deployment capability of Azure SQL Database, is transitioning from a manual to service-aided subnet configuration, now in preview.
An update to the Azure Resource Graph API allows you to see the type of change to the resource (Create, Update, or Delete) and the breakdown of the properties that changed, including their before and after values.
Update 19.09 for Azure Sphere public preview now available in Retail feed
Simplify Spring Boot based microservices development and application lifestyle management.
Azure built-in blueprints help you be compliant in an easier way by providing Microsoft vetted blueprints that you can apply easily on your subscriptions.
Support for ‘Allow Azure services and resources to access this server group’ functionality in Hyperscale (Citus) clusters is now preview.
The first scalability feature for Hyperscale (Citus) is now available in preview. It’s now possible to add nodes to existing Hyperscale (Citus) clusters by using the Azure portal.
Private Link enables you to connect to Azure SQL Database and Data Warehouse via a private endpoint.
Create and use system-managed identities instead of service principals in AKS.