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Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now available in West Central US, Australia Central, and Sweden Central.
Self-service, high-performance workstations in the cloud that are preconfigured and ready-to-code for developers’ projects and tasks.
The first hyperscale datacenter region in Qatar is now available.
This update provides the improvements for the latest version of Azure Site Recovery components.
Azure Databricks, a data analytics platform optimized for the Microsoft Azure cloud services platform, is now generally available in West US 3.
Introducing the migration capability to move existing replications from classic to modernized experience for disaster recovery of VMware virtual machines, enabled using Azure Site Recovery.
Update management center is the next iteration of the Azure Automation Update Management solution. It works out of the box, with zero onboarding steps and has no dependency on Azure Automation and Log Analytics.
Serverless SQL for Azure Databricks provides instant compute to users for their BI and SQL workloads without waiting for clusters to start up or scale out.
Azure Dedicated Host restart is now in public preview.
Improve performance, reliability, and scalability for Azure Lab Services with the latest update.
Target retirement date: January 30, 2023
Migrate your workloads to Computer Vision API v3.2 GA before 30 January 2023.
Public preview enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL in early August 2022
Use the new migration tool to migrate workloads from Single to Flexible Server on Azure Database for PostgreSQL, a managed service running the open-source Postgres database on Azure.
Audit your restore actions on continuous mode in Azure Cosmos DB accounts.
Gain powerful tools for working with JSON formatted data in Redis through the RedisJSON module.
Azure Load Testing is in public preview in West US 2.
Use an Azure Policy to block the deployment of vulnerable images on AKS.
You can now completely stop specific user node pools and pick up later where you left off with a switch of a button, saving time and costs.
You can now create Windows-based node pools with FIPS 140-2 enabled.
General availability: Azure App Service Environment v3 support for custom domain suffix
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