Monthly updates for June 2019
Using the Power BI Import API, developers can uncouple the dataset and report so they can upload just the dataset to a workspace. Developers use the ‘skipreport’ parameter to only upload the dataset in cases where they do not want to also upload the report to the workspace.
Anyone with a Power BI licence can now log in to the account to see how the Power BI REST API works, get information or perform operation on Power BI artifacts you have access to – without writing any code using the Power BI REST API Try-it Tool. With five simple steps, users are able to try capabilities of the Power BI REST API without writing code.
Spatial Operations provides applications with 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.
HC-series Virtual Machines, designed to provide supercomputer-grade performance and scalability with the best price-performance on the public cloud, are now generally available in West US 2 and East US.
We are happy to announce the general availability of Named Entity Recognition supporting English and Spanish languages as part of Azure Cognitive Services Text Analytics API.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in China, in both China East2 and China North2.
Media Services is now available in Korea Central and Korea South.
Azure DevTest Labs now lets you configure a shared image gallery in your lab
Azure Monitor for containers – Updates on Windows AKS support, UI enhancement and node storage capacity
New features updates for Azure Monitor for containers for node storage, Windows AKS support and UI enhancements