Monthly updates for March 2020
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 Python, .NET, Java and JS filesystem SDKs are now generally available in all Azure regions.
Additional libraries for working with Azure services are now generally available.
The latest Azure IoT C# SDK release includes two notable updates to .NET implementation support.
Execute Mongo database commands directly on top of your database account using the native Mongo shell in the Azure Cosmos DB Data Explorer.
Azure Service Fabric 7.0 fourth refresh release, which includes bug fixes and performance enhancements for standalone and Azure environments, has started rolling out to various Azure regions.
Azure Monitor now supports distributed tracing, metric collection and logging of Python applications through integration with OpenCensus.
During public preview release, private DNS zones were created using dnszones ARM resource with zoneType property set to Private. The GA resource model makes use of privateDnsZones resource type instead of dnszones. Support for zones created using the preview API will be completely removed on 30th June 2020 and you must immediately migrate these private DNS zones to the latest resource model.
Support for transport layer security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 for Power BI will end in June 2020. Upgrade the TLS version of your Power BI application to TLS 1.2 before then.
Power BI now has an additional set of capabilities that allow you to export a Power BI report by using a REST call to the following file formats—PDF, PPTX (PowerPoint) and PNG.
Azure IoT Python SDK v2 has just been released with major new improvements.
PowerShell 7.0, the next major release of PowerShell, is now available. This latest release makes PowerShell a truly cross-platform automation tool and configuration framework.