Monthly updates for April 2019
Azure Application Gateway Standard v2 and WAF v2 SKUs are now generally available and fully supported with a 99.95 SLA.
Govern employee and partner access requests, approvals, auditing, and reviews for any app integrated with Azure AD.
General availability: Azure Log Analytics in CENTRAL US, EAST US 2, EAST ASIA, WEST US and SOUTH CENTRAL US
CENTRAL US, EAST US 2, EAST ASIA, WEST US, & SOUTH Central US regions are now GA for customers to start collecting telemetry and analyze their services for health and usage by using Azure Log Analytics.
Each of the Security Center features that are being retired can be replaced with new ones, or existing features in Azure Log Analytics or Azure Sentinel Preview
We operate three additional US government regions, all of which provide similar or enhanced capabilities to the US Gov Iowa region, which is being retired.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in North Central US and Japan West.
With the preview of PowerShell support in Azure Functions, it is now possible to automate operational tasks and take advantage of the native Azure integration to modernize the delivering and management of services.
AzCopy v10, the next-generation data movement utility, is now generally available to all of our customers.
On April 24, 2019, AKS released Kubernetes 1.13 support in GA. Per our supported-versions policy, this means that Kubernetes 1.9 support is reaching end of life.
Many-to-many relationships in Azure Analysis Services allow relationships between tables where both columns are non-unique.
Calculation groups in the Azure Analysis Services tabular engine address the issue of proliferation of measures in complex BI models often caused by common calculations like time intelligence.
Update Rollup 35 for Azure Site Recovery is now available.
Update Rollup 34 for Azure Site Recovery is now available.
Update Rollup 33 for Site Recovery is now available.
The new ClientCacheRefreshPolicy property allows IT or the Analysis Services practitioner to disable automatic cache refreshes.
Apache Spark is now accessible to the .NET developer ecosystem with .NET for Apache Spark.
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.04 quality release is available today via the Retail feed.
Managed MLflow is now generally available on Azure Databricks and will use Azure Machine Learning to track the full ML lifecycle.
User group membership information can be emitted from SAML and OIDC/OAuth tokens issued by Azure AD so organizations so apps that require this information can be managed and secured from the cloud.
We are introducing some important changes to support more fine-grained role-based access to sensitive configuration information from HDInsight clusters. As part of these changes, some user action may be required.
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