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Monthly updates for July 2020

Jul 31

New regions added for Azure Blob storage object replication public preview

IN PREVIEW

We have expanded the preview regions for Azure Blob storage object replication to include East US 2, Central US. You can start previewing this feature on any existing or new General-purpose (GPv2) storage accounts in those regions.

  • Storage Accounts
  • Features
Jul 31

Azure Data Lake Storage lifecycle management is now generally available

NOW AVAILABLE

Lifecycle management for Azure Data Lake Storage provides an automated solution for tiering down infrequently used data to cooler tiers, allowing you to easily optimize your data for both performance and cost.

  • Azure Data Lake Storage
  • Management
  • Features
Jul 31

Azure Data Explorer LightIngest now supports actual creation time for historical data migration

NOW AVAILABLE

LightIngest is a command-line utility for large volumes of data ingestion, and for querying records on the time created, rather than the time ingested.

  • Services
Jul 30

Azure Autoscale generally available in China North 2 and China East 2 regions

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure Autoscale, which allows you to automatically manage your resources based on the load is now available in China North 2 and China East 2 regions

  • AutoScale
  • Azure Monitor
  • Regions & Datacenters
Jul 30

Azure Monitor Community Repository is now available

Today we're launching the Azure Monitor Community Repository, which provides a collaborative space for community members to share and explore Azure Monitor artifacts such as queries [KQL], workbooks and alerts.

  • Features
Jul 30

Azure Monitor Log Analytics Quick Start content is moving to the Overview page

NOW AVAILABLE

Target availability: Q3 2020

In order to simplify and streamline Azure Monitor Logs, we're moving all links and content from the Quick Start page to the Overview page. The Quick Start page will be removed in August 2020.

  • Azure Monitor
  • Log Analytics
  • Features
Jul 29

Remote Desktop client for Android now supports Windows Virtual Desktop connections

NOW AVAILABLE

Access Windows Virtual Desktop from the new Remote Desktop client for Android.

  • Windows Virtual Desktop
  • Features
Jul 29

Azure Sphere update 20.07 is now available

NOW AVAILABLE

The 20.07 feature release contains new features for application development and tenant certificate renewal, additional promotions of beta features to long-term stable (LTS), and enhancements to improve stability and troubleshooting of device connections on Windows platforms.

  • Operating System
  • SDK and Tools
Jul 29

Azure IoT Device Provisioning Service VNET ingress support is now available

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure IoT Device Provisioning Service (DPS) has released general availability support for Virtual Networks (VNET).

  • Azure IoT Hub
  • Features
Jul 29

Azure Data Explorer Streaming Ingestion is generally available

NOW AVAILABLE

The Streaming Ingestion feature can be used when you need Near Real Time (less than 10 seconds) ingestion with small amounts of data and multiple tables.

  • Azure Data Explorer
  • Services
  • Features
Jul 29

Azure HDInsight now supports virtual network service endpoint policies

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure HDInsight now supports virtual network service endpoint policies, which allow you to filter HDInsight egress virtual network traffic to certain Azure storage accounts.

  • HDInsight
  • Security
Jul 29

IoT Plug and Play new features now in public preview

IN PREVIEW

IoT Plug and Play new features in Public Preview to continue simplifying IoT.

  • Azure IoT Hub
  • Services
  • Features
Jul 28

Windows Virtual Desktop Azure portal and Microsoft Teams integrations are generally available

NOW AVAILABLE

It’s now easier to deploy and manage Windows Virtual Desktop as well as provide seamless meeting and collaboration experiences through integration with Microsoft Teams.

  • Windows Virtual Desktop
  • Features
Jul 28

Migrate to the new version of the Azure Time Series Insights Gen2 APIs

NOW AVAILABLE

Read about the process for migrating onto the new generally available API version for Time Series Insights Gen2.

  • Azure Time Series Insights
  • Features
Jul 28

Azure Backup locally redundant storage (LRS) and geo-redundant storage (GRS) data stored meter ID changes

Effective September 1, 2020, the meter IDs of Azure Backup—LRS and GRS data stored will change in the ZA West and ZA North regions.

  • Azure Backup
  • Services
Jul 27

Azure Active Directory Registration Service is ending support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1

Azure Active Directory Registration Service: Ending support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 and preparing for TLS 1.2 in US Gov and commercial clouds

  • Azure Active Directory
  • Security
  • Retirements
Jul 27

Azure Blob storage—Network File System 3.0 protocol support is now in preview

IN PREVIEW

NFS 3.0 protocol support for Azure Blob storage is now in preview. Azure Blob storage is the only storage platform that supports NFS 3.0 protocol over object storage natively (no gateway or data copying required), with crucial object storage economics.

  • Blob storage
  • Premium Blob Storage
  • Features
Jul 27

A new Power BI component for React is now available

NOW AVAILABLE

A new Power BI component is now available for easier integration with React, a popular open-source JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

  • Power BI Embedded
  • Features
  • Open Source
Jul 27

Azure Log Analytics saved searches functionality is moving to query explorer

NOW AVAILABLE

Azure Log Analytics saved searches functionality is now available in query explorer.

  • Azure Monitor
  • Log Analytics
  • Features
Jul 24

Azure Site Recovery update rollup 48—July 2020

NOW AVAILABLE

The latest Azure Site Recovery updates provide fixes and download links for Site Recovery components.

  • Azure Site Recovery
  • Features

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