Updates Archives

Monthly updates for September 2017

Sep 27

Preview: Azure Data Box

IN PREVIEW

The Azure Data Box service is in preview. You can use it to move hundreds of terabytes of data into Azure with high speed, by using secure transfer appliances.

  • Storage Accounts
Sep 26

Virtual network service endpoints for Azure SQL

NOW AVAILABLE

Virtual network service endpoints will allow you to securely add Azure SQL DBs to your virtual network, fully removing public internet access to these resources.

Sep 26

P2S VPN for Macs and AD Domain Authentication for P2S VPN

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure Networking announces the general availability of P2S VPN for Macs and AD Domain authentication for P2S VPN.

  • VPN Gateway
  • Security
Sep 26

Azure DDoS Protection - Generally Available

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure DDoS Protection is protecting publicly accessible endpoints from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.

Sep 26

Azure Load Balancer standard HA Ports

NOW AVAILABLE

HA Ports, a premium offering of the Azure Standard Load Balancer, is now generally available. This will enable customers to configure a single load balancing rule to process traffic from all the protocols and ports, thus enabling deployment of services or appliances in high availability mode.

  • Load Balancer
Sep 26

Azure Network Watcher connectivity check for ExpressRoute

IN PREVIEW

Azure Network Watcher announces the preview of connectivity check for ExpressRoute circuits.

  • Network Watcher
Sep 26

Azure App Service new premium tier

NOW AVAILABLE

The New premium tier from Azure App Service is now generally available.

  • App Service
Sep 26

Azure HDInsight—Interactive querying and Log Analytics

IN PREVIEW

HDInsight now has two additional features available—HDI Interactive Query, and Azure Log Analytics.

  • HDInsight
  • Log Analytics
  • Azure Monitor
Sep 26

Azure Data Box

IN PREVIEW

The Azure Data Box is a secure, ruggedized, tamper resistant appliance created by Microsoft to help customers transfer large amounts of data into Azure Storage.

  • Storage Accounts
Sep 26

Azure File Sync is now available to the public

NOW AVAILABLE

With Azure File Sync, you don’t have to choose between the benefits of cloud and the benefits of your on-premises file server because you can have both. Azure File Sync replicates files from your on-premises Windows Server to an Azure file share, enabling you to centralize your file services in Azure while maintaining local access to your data.

Sep 26

Azure Traffic Manager traffic view

IN PREVIEW

With traffic view, Azure Traffic Manager customers will now be able to understand where their user bases are located (up to a local DNS resolver level granularity), the volume of traffic originating from these regions, and the representative latency experienced.

  • Traffic Manager
Sep 26

Azure Traffic Manager real user measurements

IN PREVIEW

Real user measurements will enable customers to influence the routing decisions made by Azure Traffic Manager, when using the performance routing method, to provide even lower latency for their users than is currently possible.

  • Traffic Manager
Sep 26

Azure Functions support for .NET Core

IN PREVIEW

Azure Functions will now support .NET Core, allowing Functions code to target .NET Core.

  • Azure Functions
Sep 26

Azure Data Factory new capabilities

IN PREVIEW

New Azure Data Factory features, now in public preview, will enable you to build hybrid data integration so that you'll be able to create, schedule, and orchestrate your ETL/ELT workflows, at scale, wherever your data lives, including the cloud or any self-hosted network.

  • Data Factory
Sep 26

Azure Migrate

IN PREVIEW

Azure Migrate can discover your on-premises VMware-based applications without requiring any changes to your VMware environment.

Sep 26

Public preview: Global VNet Peering

Global VNet Peering is in preview.

  • Virtual Network
Sep 26

Azure Policy

IN PREVIEW

Azure Policy is a new service, in limited preview, that will allow customers to assess and enforce enterprise-wide governing standards across their entire Azure environment for proper control and compliance.

Sep 26

Public preview: PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell

IN PREVIEW

PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell is available in public preview. It provides an alternative to the existing Bash experience (also in public preview) while retaining the benefits of Cloud Shell.

  • Microsoft Azure portal
Sep 26

Azure Functions support for Graph bindings and custom bindings

IN PREVIEW

We're enhancing the Azure Functions bindings support to allow developers to build their own bindings, which means if a customer has a custom data source, they will be able to easily create bindings for it in Azure Functions.

  • Azure Functions
Sep 26

Azure Machine Learning updates

IN PREVIEW

New updates to Azure Machine Learning will give data scientists and AI developers complete control of the end-to-end machine learning lifecycle on a scalable, trusted platform that will bring AI to everyone.

  • Machine Learning Studio

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