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You can now enable trace flags on Azure SQL Database Managed Instance to increase compatibility of your Managed Instance Database Engine and SQL Server Database Engine.
The Azure Functions Consumption hosting plan is now generally available for Linux-based applications.
Python support in Azure Functions is now generally available and ready for production workloads.
Azure SQL is a modern SQL platform that serves developers and enterprises by offering a rich selection of deployment options, powered by an industry leading SQL Server engine.
SQL data discovery and classification, which provides advanced capabilities built into Azure SQL Database for discovering, classifying, labeling, and protecting sensitive data, is now available.
Achieve additional security by restricting outbound (egress) traffic for cluster nodes to a limited number of ports and addresses.
Azure Database for MariaDB now supports asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for MariaDB server (the ‘master’) to up to five Azure Database for MariaDB servers (the ‘replicas’) in the same region.
Work more efficiently with the updated Azure Blockchain Development Kit by using our new interactive debugger.
Azure Archive Storage follows-up price drop with 3 new feature enhancements in public preview.
Effective August 1, Azure Archive Storage dropped prices by up to 50% in some regions.
Introducing a new set of copy APIs to enable efficient data transfer to Azure or inside Azure datacenters.
This month, Azure portal has updates to Azure Security Center and a new experience for Azure Migrate.
Managed identity support for App Service on Linux and the Azure Functions Linux Consumption Plan is now generally available.
App Service and Azure Functions support for user-assigned managed identities is now generally available.
Data Factory Mapping Data Flows has added a new "Quick Actions" feature to automate the creation of data transformations.
We are now announcing the max vcore limit has increased by 4x to 16 vcores and provides greater compute scaling headroom for serverless databases with more demanding workloads.
Azure Boards has new items that can help enhance your experience. For example, you can now customize system picklist values such as severity, activity, and priority. In addition, rule support is now available for setting fields to read-only or required based on group membership. Finally, there’s a new extension that will allow you to create cascading picklists on your work item form.
Azure Service Fabric 6.5 Second Refresh Release rolled out last month with key announcements, along with bug fixes, and performance enhancements.
Service Fabric Azure Resource Manager (ARM) application and service deployment is now generally available
The deployment of Service Fabric applications as resources via Azure Resource Manager is now generally available.
The new Power BI Report Authoring SDK extension allows programmatic creation of visuals, binding them to columns, measures, hierarchies, and personalizing them by setting properties like axis visibility and titles.