Monthly updates for June 2022
Automate alerts, orchestrate business workflows and build low-code apps with Azure Data Explorer connector for Power Automate, Logic Apps, and Power Apps.
Learn how private link support for Application Gateway drives more secured network access.
Regional coverage has expanded for Azure NetApp Files for standard network features.
Various Azure NetApp Files features have reached general availability and regional coverage has been expanded for Azure NetApp Files cross-region replication.
Sweden Central and West Central US regions added to Azure Databricks.
The Azure SDK for Go has received a major update and data plane support for new services like Identity, Key Vault, Service Bus, and Tables.
You can now configure your test to automatically split large input data evenly across the test engine instances.
Azure Load Testing preview now supports user specified JMeter properties, making load tests more configurable.
You can now add another layer of security by bringing your own customer-managed keys.
You can now create load tests quickly without prior knowledge of testing tools by entering your URL in the Azure Load Testing resource from the Azure portal.
Use Azure AD managed identities with Azure Load Testing Preview to easily access other AAD-protected resources, like Azure Key Vault. Both system-assigned and user-assigned managed identities are now supported.
You can now use custom domains and secure them with TLS certificates.
You can now edit Azure Functions running on Linux from within the Azure portal.
You can now mount a file share as well as share data between multiple containers in Azure Container Apps.
Use the Event Grid Microsoft Graph API integration to subscribe to events from Azure AD, Outlook, and more.
Deploy static web apps to the cloud using a simple CLI command.
Organise policy components into reusable modules that can be inserted into any policy document.
Simplify the process of managing authorisation using APIs against backend services using OAuth2.
Azure Arc-enabled System Center Virtual Machine Manager enables on-premises System Center Virtual Machine Manager environments to be connected to Azure, unlocking Azure-based self-service for end users and developers.
Ubuntu 22.04, AlmaLinux, and Rocky Linux now supported via the Azure Monitor Agent.
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