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Azure Machine Learning becomes a first party event publisher for Azure Event Grid, publishing events about model training run, model registration, model deployment and data drift detection
Blob Storage module now provides integration with Event Grid on IoT Edge
Azure Event Grid is now available on Azure IoT Edge
Batch API for Azure Blob Storage preview simplifies development of your applications that make several concurrent API requests to Blob storage. Batch API reduces the number of connections a client has to open, manage and distribute the requests to by allowing multiple API calls to be embedded into a single HTTP request. Currently the API supports two types of sub-requests: SetBlobTier for Block Blobs and DeleteBlob, with more requests to follow. This API is available starting version 2018-11-09.
Announcing a new Azure SignalR Service feature that enables the service to publish client events to Event Grid. SignalR applications can subscribe and respond to these client events without the need for a dedicated app server for these events.
Azure Event Grid provides reliable event delivery at massive scale. Event Grid integration brings change notifications for Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2.
Spatial Operations provides applications enhanced location intelligence with a library of common geospatial mathematical calculations, (notably within the IoT space), including services such as geofencing, closest point and point in polygon.
Event Grid advanced filters are now GA with no restriction on the number of nested keys (e.g. Data.Key1.Key2…KeyN).
IoT Hub expands its capabilities as an event source in Event Grid by enabling subscribing to device telemetry events.
Service Bus is now available as an event handler in Event Grid.
Public preview of support for larger events, now up to 1MB.
Automatic server-side geo disaster recovery of metadata in Event Grid is now available on the service.
Azure Domains are now generally available with 100,000 topics per domain.
Starting on May 29, 2019, the Consumption Tier of Azure API Management, will be generally available in the same six regions as it was during the preview.
Features such as Retry policies, Dead lettering, Storage queues as a destination, Hybrid connections as a destination, and Manual validation handshake are now generally available after their time in preview
Azure Maps is now available as an event publisher in Event Grid.
Azure Event Grid is now generally available in US Gov Texas, Arizona, and Virginia regions.
Azure Monitor for containers is now generally available. Azure Monitor for containers monitors the health and performance of Kubernetes clusters hosted on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Event Grid customers can now become their own event publishers using the preview of Event Domains. This offers the same technology that first-party services in Azure (such as Blob Storage) are using to publish their events so other services can take action on them.
Data payload attributes filtering is now available on Event Grid, so you can do events filtering before processing them.
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