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A new bring your own key (BYOK) method to import keys securely from on-premises HSMs into Azure Key Vault is now generally available. This BYOK method can be used to import keys from any supported on-premises HSM.
Azure Key Vault safeguards data in the cloud with enhancements for Azure Private Link, bring your own key (BYOK) and Key Vault secrets.
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in GA.
Additional libraries for working with Azure services are now generally available.
Azure Private Link now includes multiple new services available in Preview and GA.
Target availability: Q1 2020
Establish a private connection between Azure Key Vault and other Azure services by using Azure Private Link, now available in preview for all public regions.
Large organisations have thousands of certificates in key vaults distributed across thousands of applications and subscriptions.
The Azure Key Vault Virtual Machine extension makes it easier for apps running on virtual machines to use certificates from a key vault, by abstracting the common tasks as well as best practices.
Azure Key Vault becomes a first-party event publisher for Azure Event Grid, publishing events about keys and secrets management.
Introduce secrets management into your apps without code changes using Key Vault references.
Azure Key Vault integration with Azure Functions lets you build more secure serverless applications out of the box, taking advantage of secrets management to get the benefits of rotation policies and centralised access control.
Azure Databricks now supports Azure Key Vault-backed secret scope. With this, Azure Databricks now supports two types of secret scopes – Azure Key Vault-backed and Databricks-backed.
Virtual network service endpoints are generally available for Azure Key Vault in all public Azure regions.
Generally available: Azure Disk Encryption for Windows and Linux for Standard and Premium IaaS virtual machines
Azure Disk Encryption for Linux IaaS virtual machines and support for virtual machines with Premium storage is generally available in all Azure public regions.
Azure Key Vault is introducing Key Vault Certificates to simplify tasks related to SSL/TLS certificates from supported third-party CAs.
Azure Disk Encryption for virtual machines addresses organizational security and compliance requirements by encrypting virtual machine disks.
Key Vault is generally available to help cloud application developers safeguard keys and other secrets.
Azure Key Vault offers an easy, cost-effective way to safeguard keys and other sensitive data that is used by cloud applications and services.
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