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Partner events, now generally available on Azure Event Grid, adds several additional features to enhance security.
Use the Event Grid Microsoft Graph API integration to subscribe to events from Azure AD, Outlook, and more.
Simplify and expedite application development and reduce time-to-market with new features for Azure SQL Database.
Gain a greater security stance by explicitly authorizing a partner to create partner topics or partner destinations in your Azure subscription.
Key Vault now enables you to automatically rotate keys for encryption of your data.
Target availability: Q1 2022
Dynamically route Azure Data Explorer data to an alternate database
Target retirement date: March 31, 2023
Migrate to Azure IoT Edge Hub before 31 March 2023.
Automated key rotation in Key Vault allows security officers to improve data security.
Execute high-volume SMS campaigns in seconds with easy, automated short code functionality.
Azure API Management is now available with new updates such as support for managed identity authentication for communication with Application Insights, ability to import Container App as an API and more.
General availability of Azure API Management to publish events in Event Grid.
General availability: Azure Functions extensions for Blobs, Queues, Event Hubs, Service Bus, and Event Grid
The new triggers and bindings contain a number of improvements, including support for identity-based connections.
React to rehydration events on Azure Archive Storage with Azure Event Grid.
The 8.2 release expands 3rd-party scheduler support and includes significant improvements and bug fixes.
Azure API Management has now been updated to publish events to Event Grid.
Automate AKS operations by subscribing to events and handling them.
Public preview: Identity-based connections in Azure Functions with latest Azure SDK triggers and bindings
Azure functions can now connect using an identity instead of a secret.
You can now run Event Grid on Kubernetes clusters anywhere to manage routing of all your events from any source to any destination.
You can now run Web Apps against a range of fully managed App Service plans or choose to deploy against Azure Kubernetes Service or your own Kubernetes clusters connected through Azure Arc that are running on-premises, at the edge, or in other clouds.
Azure Cache for Redis integration with Azure Event Grid allows service manage routing of Redis events like patching, scaling, and import/export (RDB) to your event handler.
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