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Announcing the public preview of repository-scoped RBAC permissions for Azure Container Registry (ACR).
Diagnostic logs for Azure Container Registry are now in preview.
Azure Advisor is launching a new category of recommendations called operational excellence. This new category will help you follow best practices for process and workflow efficiency, resource manageability, and deployment.
We’re extending the Bing Speech retirement date to January 14, 2020.
Support is now available in preview for T-SQL Data Definition Language (DDL) for Windows users and groups migrating from SQL Server databases to SQL managed instance with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) authentication.
GitHub Actions, now generally available, make it possible to create simple, yet powerful workflows to automate software compilation and delivery, and are integrated with GitHub.
Now in general availability, user role management enables management of Postgres user roles on Hyperscale (Citus) server group nodes in addition to "citus" and other built-in roles.
Now in general availability, Hyperscale (Citus) supports a 64 vCore compute option in addition to the 4, 8, 16, and 32 vCore choices previously available.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL - Hyperscale (Citus)—High availability (HA) is now generally available
Now in general availability, HA allows for minimal database downtime by maintaining standby replicas of every node in a server group.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL Single Server reserved capacity is now available to reserve compute power for your existing and future PostgreSQL servers.
Azure Database for MariaDB reserved capacity is now available to reserve compute power for your existing and future MariaDB servers.
Azure Database for MySQL reserved capacity is now available to reserve compute power for your existing and future MySQL servers.
Portal support for Azure CDN Standard rules engine is now available as part of the preview.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL–Single now has support for up to 16 TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS. With this functionality, you get five times more storage for database servers, as well as more than triple the available IOPS.
Support is now available for up to 16 TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS in Azure Database services for MySQL.
The highest requested feature for Azure Synapse Analytics is now available—SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) Database projects. This release includes support for SSDT with Visual Studio 2019, along with native platform integration with Azure DevOps, providing built-in continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) capabilities for enterprise level deployments.
In the latest update to Azure DevOps, we added a new sprint burndown widget that supports burning down by story points, count of tasks, and by summing custom fields. In addition, we improved pipelines security by restricting the scope of access tokens.
Target availability: Q4 2019
Azure Data Factory has added native CosmosDB and Avro connectors to mapping data flows
Azure Stream Analytics now supports high-performance, real-time scoring by taking advantage of custom pre-trained machine learning models that are managed by Azure Machine Learning service and hosted in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) or Azure Container Instances, using a workflow that doesn't require users to write any code.
Stream Analytics now offers full support for managed identity-based authentication with Power BI for dynamic dashboarding experience.
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