Monthly updates for July 2020
Streamline the process for creating task-oriented voice applications with Custom Commands (now generally available).
Support for distributed network name (DNN) for SQL Server failover cluster instance (SQL FCI) on Azure IaaS with SQL Server 2019 CU2 and higher is now available.
Preview support for Azure Shared Disks for SQL Server failover cluster instance on Azure IaaS is now available
Preview support is now available for Azure Shared Disks for SQL Server failover cluster instance (SQL FCI) on Azure IaaS with SQL Server 2019 on Windows Server 2019 and higher.
Form Recognizer extracts text, tables, and key value pairs quickly and accurately from documents, both-on premises and in the cloud.
Azure Load Balancer now supports adding and removing resources from a backend pool via an IPv4 or IPv6 addresses and virtual network ID. This will enable you to easily manage the containers, virtual machines, and virtual machine scale sets associated with their load balancer. It will also allow IP addresses to be reserved as part of a backend pool before the associated resources are created.
Azure Time Series Insights is making changes to JSON telemetry data flattening and storage. These changes will go into effect 10 July 2020 for new deployments only.
Azure Stream Analytics tools for Visual Studio Code now supports Visual Studio Codespaces.
Today we are announcing the general availability of multiple enhancements in Azure Virtual WAN, including hub-to-hub, custom routing and transit capabilities.
Disabling public network access for Azure IoT Hub will disable access to built-in Azure Event Hub endpoint on 30 September 2020
When public network access to Azure IoT Hub is disabled, the built-in Azure Event Hub-compatible endpoint in IoT Hub may continue to be accessible via the public Internet On 30 September 2020, this behaviour will change, and public access to the built-in endpoint will be disabled when public network access is disabled for IoT Hub.
Firewall Manager is a security management service that provides central security policy and route management for cloud-based security perimeters.
Virtual machine scale sets now provide the ability to automatically deploy new versions of custom images to scale set virtual machines.
New enhancements and updates were made to Azure Security Center in June 2020.
From 1 August 2020, the meter IDs will change for Azure Active Directory B2C monthly active users.
Effective August 1, 2020, the meter name of Visual Studio Online will change.
The meter names of Azure Maps private atlas will change on August 1, 2020.