Monthly updates for April 2022
You can now take a snapshot of the node pool configuration and then create a node pool from that snapshot.
AKS now supports Group Managed Service Accounts (GMSA) configuration, as well as maintaining trust during scale operations in the Windows nodepool.
Use configured identify providers to sign in to your container apps by writing little or no code.
Block domain fronting behavior on Azure Front Door, Azure Front Door (classic), and Azure CDN Standard from Microsoft (classic) resources.
Virtual network integration and private endpoints now supported in Basic pricing tier.
VNet integration and private endpoints options now configurable when creating a web application.
Bring simplicity and flexibility to licensing when you purchase unlimited Windows Server guest licenses for your Azure Stack HCI cluster through your Azure subscription.
Segregate your backup data in different storage accounts with Archive across-accounts copy.
Azure Static Web Apps preview deployments now support stable URLs.
Reduce spending by storing cold data to Azure Archive Storage, now in new regions.
New Grafana integrations with Azure Monitor include the ability to pin Azure Monitor visualizations from Azure Portal to Grafana dashboards and new out-of-the-box Azure Monitor dashboards.
Target availability: Q2 2022
Azure Media Services is announcing the preview of low latency HLS with glass-to-glass latency as low as 3 seconds with support for automatic transcriptions and DRM.
Assess, receive Azure recommendations, and then migrate your SQL Server databases using the Azure SQL Migration extension in Azure Data Studio.
Set autoscale on your database or container with a new scale range of 100 RU/s – 1000 RU/s.
Unique indexes can now be created in existing collections with data in the API for MongoDB.
Make your general purpose provisioned and serverless Azure SQL databases and elastic pools more resilient with catastrophic datacenter outages, without any changes of the application logic by selecting zone redundancy.
Public preview enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL.
Easily move your previously migrated databases on Azure SQL Database Hyperscale back to the general purpose tier.
New collection types supported by Azure Monitoring Agent that extends beyond the standard data available today.
Azure Static Web Apps support for private endpoints is now generally available with a 99.95 SLA for production and staging environments.
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