Monthly updates for November 2019
Target availability: Q4 2019
Translator Text now supports the Maori language.
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter IDs and names of Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL and MariaDB General Purpose -Large Scale Storage will change.
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter names for Azure Data Share dataset movement—vCore will change.
Azure Data Box Edge is now Azure Stack Edge. Starting on January 1, 2020, meter names in US Gov regions will change when the service becomes generally available.
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter names of Azure Stack and Data Box Edge will change.
Starting on January 1, 2020, Azure Functions premium plan meter ID names will change.
Azure Lab Services added a dashboard view enabling instructors to view the summary of the lab
Announcing several feature improvements for Azure IoT Hub device and module twins, namely the support for deep property nesting, and increases to the twin document max size and key/value lengths.
Azure Monitor for containers can now monitor and report health status of Kubernetes cluster infrastructure components and all nodes running on any Kubernetes cluster.
We are now supporting in public preview monitoring for Azure Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes clusters in Azure Monitor for containers.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of Switzerland.
Azure Database for MariaDB is now generally available in the recently announced regions of Switzerland.
Azure Database for MySQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of Switzerland.
Azure Site Recovery is now available in Norway East and Norway West Azure regions.
Microsoft announces the availability of Microsoft Azure from our new cloud datacenter regions in Norway, marking a major milestone as the first global cloud provider to deliver enterprise-grade services in country.
Azure App Service has increased the maximum scale out limit for PremiumV2 app service plans to 30 instances in select regions around the world.
NVv4-Series VMs are now available in preview in South Central US and West Europe regions
Azure Media Services provides a platform which you can use to ingest, transcode, and dynamically package and encrypt your live video for delivery. Live Transcriptions is a new feature in the Azure Media Services v3 APIs, wherein you can enhance the streams delivered to your viewers with machine-generated text that is transcribed from spoken words in the audio feed.
Azure Event Grid now integrates with Azure Monitor alerts.
Azure Event Grid can now publish events to AAD protected endpoints
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