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Azure Arc is announcing new functionality, which includes enhanced lifecycle management on VMware and Azure Stack HCI virtual machines.
Azure Cognitive Search has expanded language and regional availability.
Azure Video Analyzer now has new cloud-based capabilities that deliver low-latency available in preview.
Azure Synapse data explorer is optimized for efficient log analytics, using powerful indexing technology to automatically index structured, semi-structured, and free-text data commonly found in telemetry data.
Save time and reduce risk when batch scoring in Azure Synapse Analytics with the new PREDICT keyword.
Improve the resilience of your applications by deliberately introducing faults that simulate real-world outages. See how your Azure apps respond to different failures through controlled chaos engineering experimentation – in testing or production – to understand and ultimately mitigate resilience gaps.
IoT solution builders can now build an IoT solution once and onboard multiple tenants into it – keeping cost down and reducing management overhead.
Developers can secure their deployments to Azure through OpenID Connect integration between Azure AD and GitHub Actions
Azure Virtual Desktop now supports autoscale for pooled host pools to help you optimize costs.
With Azure Virtual Desktop for Azure Stack HCI, you can maintain full control over your infrastructure and enjoy the advantages of Azure Virtual Desktop in your own datacenter, including a full Windows 10 and 11 desktop experience for users with multi-session or single session support to optimize cost and performance.
Prioritise sensitive data in cloud workloads using Azure Purview’s Integration with Microsoft Defender for Cloud.
Increase the availability at scale of business-critical applications with new Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets features. Simplify workload deployment, management, and scalability with Virtual Machine Scale Sets flexible orchestration mode, now generally available.
Limited preview: New Azure Virtual Machines deliver increased storage throughput for data-intensive workloads
Microsoft is announcing the upcoming preview of Ebs v5 and Ebds v5 Azure VMs, a new memory optimized VM series that delivers up to 300% increase in remote storage performance compared to prior generation VMs. The increased storage throughput is ideal for data-intensive workloads, such as large relational databases, high-performance OLTP scenarios, and data analytics applications.
General availability: New Azure Virtual Machines deliver increased performance for a broad range of workloads
The new Dv5 and Ev5 Azure Virtual Machines feature 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8370C (Ice Lake) processors and deliver better price-performance compared to prior VM generations. The latest Dasv5 and Easv5 VMs - based on the 3rd Generation AMD EPYCTM 7763v (Milan) processor - now include options without local disk storage for lower-cost entry points. All these new VMs are now generally available and target general-purpose and memory-intensive workloads.
Migrate on-premise apps that require custom configuration to App Service Environment v3.
Send web app and platform logs on App Service to Azure Monitor, enabling new observability scenarios.
Push refresh and feature management among new capabilities for Java Spring Boot applications.
This new capability removes need for workarounds and enables migration of legacy payloads to Azure
The provisioned throughput for Azure Ultra Disk Storage has been increased to 4,000 MB/s per disk.
Centralized management of keys for encrypting Azure disks is now generally available, allowing you to manage encryption keys centrally in a subscription and encrypt disks and snapshots in other subscriptions in your organization.
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