Monthly updates for May 2022
Azure Cognitive Services is announcing the following preview updates at Build: Azure OpenAI Service and summarization capabilities in Azure Cognitive Service for Language.
Cognitive Service for Language now includes custom named entity recognition and custom text classification.
Enable proof that your database has not been tampered with and restore it back to the original value if needed by enabling ledger in Azure SQL Database.
Synapse Link for SQL enables seamless near-real-time data movement from relational sources to analytical stores without the need to build ETL pipelines.
Simplify and expedite application development and reduce time-to-market with new features for Azure SQL Database.
Azure Machine Learning now offers a Responsible AI dashboard and scorecard as well as additional enhancements in preview.
Deploy your machine learning models in a turnkey manner across powerful GPU and GPU machines. CLI v2 now also generally available.
Run your production workloads on the Business Critical service tier, best for high-performance transactional or analytical applications and achieve a 1.5x performance improvement over Single Server on open-source community MySQL.
Azure Database for MySQL Flexible server is now offering 80 vCore compute for tier 1 workloads.
The API for MongoDB now includes the ability to create users and roles and configure fine-grained access to your database account data.
Elasticity features for Azure Cosmos DB help achieve the best scalability and performance, including increased serverless capacity, database traffic burst handling, partition throughput redistribution, partition merge, and hierarchical partition keys.
Improve database performance by running I/O tasks concurrently using the Azure Cosmos DB Python SDK IO async support capability.
Run microservices in containers without managing infrastructure.
Quickly create and deploy a "virtual visits" experience connecting your applications with Microsoft Teams bookings.
Use Azure Communication Services APIs for voice, video, and messaging in US Government cloud.
Add email notifications to your apps using Azure Communication Services Email.
Save time with Azure Communication Services mobile UI library.
Durable functions in Azure Functions now support using managed identity when using Azure Storage.
Apps using Azure Functions isolated worker model for .NET can now target .NET Framework.
Azure Functions dynamic concurrency feature simplifies configuring concurrency for your function apps using Service Bus, Storage Blobs, and Storage Queue triggers.
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