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Several new features and improvements in Azure metric alerts are now available.
Use the new automatic resource allocation feature to define a data connection from any Azure Storage to Azure Data Explorer database.
Explicitly create system topics using Azure Event Grid.
Learn how to ingest up to 10,000 blobs with auto-suggestive schema definition and continue ingestion for new blobs in only a few minutes.
Use partner topics to connect third-party event sources directly to Event Grid and subscribe to events as you would with any other source. Our partner Auth0 is now integrated with Event Grid partner topics. Connect your Auth0 and Azure accounts in order to react to, log, and monitor Auth0 events in real time.
Event Grid now supports system assigned managed identities
Azure Private Link now supports multiple new Azure services in general availability and preview.
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in GA.
App Service is now an events publisher with Event Grid, enabling developers to subscribe to events from their web apps or app service plans and act using Azure Functions, Logic Apps, webhooks, and other services. The feature is available for Windows and Linux apps in all public regions.
Azure Event Grid now has Private Link integration for custom topics and event domains generally available in all Azure regions
Azure Data Explorer now has support for one-click ingestion from containers, along with continuous ingestion for new blobs with intuitive schema definition.
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in Preview and GA.
Deployment of an Azure Data Explorer into a virtual network is now generally available. Use this feature to isolate the network traffic and limit the attack surface for Azure Data Explorer and their corresponding communications.
Azure Event Grid on Azure IoT Edge preview 2 is now available, with updates including data plane persistence to disk, monitoring capabilities, and additional destination types.
Azure IoT Hub integrates with Azure Event Grid so that you can send event notifications to other services and trigger downstream processes. workflows
IoT Hub message enrichment adds the ability to stamp messages with rich information before they’re sent, simplifying downstream processing and accelerating customer insights.
Azure Event Grid now integrates with Azure Monitor alerts.
Azure Event Grid subscriptions can now be configured to publish events to your endpoints in batches (and not only individually) in order to handle more efficiently high-throughput scenarios.
Azure Event Grid can now publish events to AAD protected endpoints
Azure Event Grid now supports CloudEvents v1.0, the open standard event format incubated at the Cloud Native Compute Foundation and built by several collaborators, including Microsoft
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