Monthly updates for August 2020
Use self-managed RSA keys stored in the Azure Key Vault to encrypt your backups and maintain full control of your data.
Cloud Shell now supports virtual networks.
Infrastructure double encryption adds a second layer of encryption using a FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic module and a different encryption algorithm which gives an additional layer of protection for your data at rest.
Infrastructure double encryption adds a second layer of encryption and a different encryption algorithm which gives an additional layer of protection for your data at rest.
NCas T4 v3 Series VMs are now available for preview in US West 2.
Optimize your costs and enjoy faster backup and restore operations by selectively backing up a subset of the data disks in a VM.
Azure monitor for containers with Azure portal now supports new Kubernetes resource view. In this new view you can diagnose the issue by drilling down to resource types including deployments, pods, and replica sets & see historical data trend and overall usage over time.
More flexibility and choice for backup storage redundancy with the addition of LRS and ZRS storage options.
In order to provide Azure Service Bus to more customers irrespective of their application stack and application ecosystem, and in keeping with that vision, we’re announcing feature parity with Java Message Service (JMS) 2.0 over AMQP.
The Azure Monitor Logs service allows you to collect telemetry of all types across their entire infrastructure and query this telemetry to collect insights. We are announcing a new capability to collect audit logs about query execution.
Kubernetes resource view allows developers to use point and click navigation to see live, in-depth details of their workloads.