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Power BI Embedded recently improved performance in two key areas: embedding different reports into the same iframe and query caching for embedded reports.
Prometheus integration with Azure Monitor for containers is now in preview and brings together the best of two worlds. Typically, to use Prometheus, you need to set up and manage a Prometheus server with a database. With the Azure Monitor integration, no Prometheus server is needed – simply expose the Prometheus endpoint through your exporters or pods (application), and the containerised agent for Azure Monitor for containers can scrape the metrics for you. A seamless onboarding experience to collect Prometheus metrics with Azure Monitor is provided.
Learn about how Azure Cost Management can help you achieve your goals. See what’s coming for partners, learn about Marketplace usage for pay-as-you-go subscriptions, Cost Management Labs, saving and sharing views within cost analysis and other updates.
Prometheus integration with Azure Monitor for containers is now available in preview.
Network Performance Monitor is now available in the Central India region.
Network Watcher is available in South Africa North region.
Target availability: Q4 2019
Enterprise BI systems need to support high user concurrency, which means there can be lots of queries submitted close to each other. We are pleased to announce that we are working on the query interleaving feature, which allows system configuration to improve the user experience in high-concurrency scenarios. Query interleaving allows configuration to improve the user experience in high-concurrency scenarios. Multiple queries can run concurrently so fast that queries are not blocked behind slow ones. Query interleaving can be set up with short query bias so if the system is under CPU pressure, short queries are allocated a higher proportion of CPU resources than long-running queries, allowing them to complete faster.
Today, we’re happy to announce the general availability of Non-Azure group targeting for Azure Update Management. This feature enables dynamic targeting of patch deployments to non-Azure…
Many Azure services added support for new and easier way to search their logs
Feature Updates enhanced search on live data, node storage/network performance on AKS, and data collection filter
We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for MySQL users can opt in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available.
Target availability: Q2 2019
We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for MariaDB users can opt in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available.
We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for PostgreSQL users can opt in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available.
Azure SQL Database Managed Instance now introduces new Azure RBAC role Managed Instance Contributor designed with a minimum set of permissions required to provision and operate managed instance.
The Log Analytics agent for Linux v1.11 release is available, and contains important stability and reliability improvements.
The Log Analytics Agent for Windows June release is available, and contains stability and reliability improvements.
VM Health feature included in Azure monitor for VMs is now available for VMs that are running on Windows 2012 R2 and 2019. Additionally, VM Health feature is also available in cases where the associated workspace is in SEA (South East Asia), UKS (UK South) and CCAN (Canada Central) regions.
PowerShell module now available to simplify management of labs
Manage your Security Center recommendations through Advisor UI, API, CLI or PowerShell. Remediate recommendations quickly with bulk actions. Follow more than 20 new best-practice recommendations for availability, performance and cost.
Azure Monitor for containers – updates to live data settings