Monthly updates for May 2022
Log Analytics Tables can now be managed from a new Tables (preview) entry of the Azure portal in Log Analytics workspaces.
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 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 create AKS clusters with mixed architecture nodes made up of Intel and ARM chips.
Migration guidance allows you to move to App Service Environment v3 and take advantage of refreshed infrastructure, better performance, and the removal of the stamp fee found on older versions.
Host Google Remote Procedure Call (gRPC) apps on App Service.
Facilitates discovery, assessment, and migration to App Service and Azure Kubernetes Service.
You can now easily create a GraphQL API to support modern client application development.
You can now disable and enable any of the AKS supported CSI drivers using this API.
You can now have AKS take care of creating the Private Link Service association to the Kubernetes service identified by the frontend IP configuration of an internal Azure Load Balancer.
You can now package and distribute management operations and functionalities that require host access while retaining versioning and deployment methods provided by containers.
Stream Analytics now supports authenticating to Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Service Bus using Managed Identities.
Seamlessly perform conditional forwarding from on-prem to Azure Private DNS Zones and from Azure Virtual Networks to any target DNS server.
You can now connect to a container console and use live log streaming for testing and diagnosis.
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