Monthly updates for May 2020
Announcing Project Bonsai, Microsoft’s machine teaching service to create intelligent industrial control systems, along with Project Moab, a new open-source balancing robot to help engineers and developers learn how to build these real-world autonomous systems.
Microsoft Learn will launch “Learn TV,” daily live programming and discussions for developers and a one-stop shop to learn and grow with live content from Microsoft Cloud Advocates and Product Group leaders.
New Azure IoT Central features, including new template and support for Azure Sphere and Azure IoT Edge, are now available.
Two new extensions for Visual Studio Code are now available that make it easier to work with Azure – Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Resource Groups.
Azure Container Registry diagnostic logs are now available.
Static Web Apps is a simplified hosting option for developers building modern web apps with static front-ends and dynamic back-ends powered by serverless APIs.
The private preview of AKS on Azure Stack Hub will be available soon.
Six new Azure Stack Hub features will soon be in limited or public preview from summer 2020.
Avanade, a cloud services partner, now offers a way to easily deploy and manage Azure Stack in remote locations such as factories, oil rigs, retail locations, warehouses and all edges in between.
CloudAssert multi-cloud management solution is now available.
Support for Windows containers Azure Container Networking Interface on Azure Stack Hub coming soon in private preview
Windows containers and Azure Container Networking Interface on in AKS engine deployed Kubernetes clusters will soon be available in private preview.
Azure Stack Hub now supports cross-platform compatibility on PowerShell and ensures hybrid consistency with Azure.
ManageIQ, a Red Hat platform that allows cloud operators to manage their resources on Azure Stack Hub platforms, such as virtual machines, and track usage data, is now available in preview.
Announcing a private preview of Azure Container Registry on Azure Stack Hub.
Container Registry support for Private Link and ingress firewall, a means to limit the network traffic of resources within a virtual network, is now generally available.
IoT Hub support for virtual networks is now generally available.
Azure Stream Analytics jobs now have the ability to output to an existing SQL pool table in Azure Synapse Analytics, and to process throughput rates of up to 200 Mbps.
Azure Stream Analytics now supports managed identity authentication with Azure SQL Database.
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.
Three new security feature improvements are available for Azure HDinsight.