Monthly updates for August 2019
Use Azure AD Application Proxy to access reports in the Power BI Report Server hosted on-premises from the Power BI mobile application
Power BI Embedded recently improved performance in two key areas: embedding different reports into the same iframe and query caching for embedded reports.
The new Power BI filters experience is available in Power BI Embedded and in embedded reports as well. The new experience has an updated design and useful features, such as hide, lock and rename filters.
This new region allows customers to locate their Power BI Embedded deployments closer to their data sources, either in Azure or on-premises, enabling faster data refresh performance and lower networking egress costs.
You can now set up email notifications for Azure Government alerts.
Azure Service Fabric applications now support user-assigned and system-assigned managed identities.
Two new scripts are available now in PowerShell Gallery to streamline the query and collection of logs into Azure Monitor Logs.
Today, we are announcing the limited public preview of larger and more powerful Azure Managed Disks of up to 30 TiB size. This preview provides production-level support for managed virtual machines.
FastTrack for Azure is a customer success programme for organisations with cloud projects that enables the rapid, effective design and deployment of solutions. It includes tailored guidance from Azure engineers that leverages proven practices and architectural guides.
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.
Weekly publication of Azure data centre IP ranges (also known as XML files) for Azure Public, China and Germany will be deprecated by 30 June 2020.
Service Tag Discovery API is in preview. It’s now possible to programmatically retrieve global IP address information for Azure and its services using the Discovery API.
Announcing Application Insights Status Monitor v2 is now generally available.
We’re excited to announce that IoT Edge support in Azure DevOps Project and Azure Pipelines is generally available. Developers can easily set up CI/CD pipelines for IoT Edge projects with best practices.
Azure Migrate now supports the creation of migration projects in Australia, Canada, India and Japan geographies.
Azure Site Recovery now supports disaster recovery for Azure Disk Encryption-enabled virtual machines without Azure Active Directory app.
Here are the Azure Firewall feature updates for July 2019.
Azure Blob Storage on IoT Edge is a lightweight, Azure-consistent IoT module that provides local block blob storage and enables you to automatically upload data to Azure from your local block blob storage using deviceToCloudUpload properties.
Navigator is now available in App Service Diagnostics for Windows web apps. Navigator provides a centralised view of an app and its dependencies along with changes made over time.
Gain fine-grained control over what access your admins have for managing app registrations.
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