Monthly updates for August 2020
You can now easily see when your AKS resources were unavailable due to any problems encountered as well as under any maintenance operation.
AKS now supports ephemeral OS disk for AKS agent nodes in public preview.
Users can now initiate a targeted upgrade to agent nodes for a given node pool to pull the latest available node updates and patches without requiring a full cluster upgrade
Share big data in-place easily, securely, and at no additional cost.
Target availability: Q3 2020
More granular breakdowns and analyses into artifact storage.
Confidential computing DCsv2-series virtual machines (VMs) are now available in East US, Canada Central, UK South, West Europe and West US 2.
The Azure Sphere 20.08 OS quality update is now available for evaluation via the Retail Eval feed.
Run your data integration pipelines in an isolated and highly secure environment.
System center configuration now has it’s own dedicated blade in Log Analytics.
Log Analytics query editor now show line numbers when composing a query
NFS 3.0 support to block blob storage accounts with premium performance public preview regions now include: Australia Southeast, North Europe, UK West, Korea Central, Korea South, West Central US.
Target availability: Q3 2020
The Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk solution lets you send terabytes of on-premises data to Azure in a quick, inexpensive and reliable way.
Azure Backup now supports restoring unmanaged VMs/Disks as Managed Disks, backup for Virtual Machine Scale Sets, and allows replacing existing disks for VMs with Managed Service Identity
Use self-managed RSA keys stored in the Azure Key Vault to encrypt your backups and maintain full control of your data.
Moving forward with Windows CE using the Windows CE App Container on Windows 10 IoT Core
Develop and deploy Azure Functions Apps for production scenarios using the latest version of PowerShell.
Cloud Shell now supports virtual networks.
The Azure Cloud Shell tools image is now generally available on GitHub.
Data encryption with customer-managed keys for Azure Database for PostgreSQL-single server (generally available) enables you to bring your own key (BYOK) for data protection at rest.
Infrastructure double encryption adds a second layer of encryption using a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic module and a different encryption algorithm which gives an additional layer of protection for your data at rest.
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