Monthly updates for May 2022
Build applications that need durable functions and run them in the isolated worker process within Azure Functions.
Extension bundles for new Azure Functions projects will now default to v3 in the client tools.
You can now detect and respond to real time messages streaming into Kafka Topics.
Log Analytics Tables can now be managed from a new Tables (preview) entry of the Azure portal in Log Analytics workspaces.
Bring the benefits of hybrid to a single-node Azure Stack HCI configuration.
Azure Monitor application insights node.js customers can enable web monitoring with a simple configuration.
Container insights now offers a new, lightweight schema for the container logs in ContainerLogv2.
You can now use AIOps powered intelligent view in application map to filter out noise and find real issues faster.
You can expand your AKS clusters across multiple subnets in the same virtual network.
You can now use Windows Server 2022 with AKS and benefit from its many performance-related improvements.
Use Draft through the Azure CLI, Azure Portal, and Visual Studio Code to create a Dockerfile for your application and the necessary Kubernetes manifests.
Enable an ingress controller with SSL termination to quickly and securely access your applications in AKS.
Quickly and easily deploy clusters with KEDA enabled, or enable KEDA on existing AKS clusters.
Improve scalability and reduce pod failover latency by using Azure Disk CSI driver v2 in AKS.
You can now leverage a rich set of first party solutions on AKS via an Azure Resource Manager driven experience.
You can now create AKS clusters with mixed architecture nodes made up of Intel and ARM chips.
You no longer need to specify the exact patch number in your AKS setup.
You can now attest to the state of CIS compliance for their AKS Ubuntu worker nodes.
Create a Dockerfile for your application and the necessary Kubernetes manifests needed.
Configure your operating system (OS) settings or the kubelet parameters to match the needs of the workloads.
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