Monthly updates for June 2022
Multi-user authorization for Backup provides enhanced protection for your backup data in recovery services vaults against unauthorized critical operations.
The MATCH clause is used in the Azure Digital Twins query language and allows you to specify which pattern should be followed while traversing relationships in the ADT graph.
Azure IoT Central data export feature now supports the ability to filter data under an organization as well as include organizations path in the exported data.
Target availability: Q2 2022
Protect Azure Virtual Machines with mission critical applications with low recovery point objective.
Azure Storage is announcing public preview of the ability to create additional 5000 storage accounts per subscription per region.
Public preview updates made in late June 2022 for Azure SQL.
Generally available updates made in late June 2022 for Azure SQL.
Enable fetching secrets from an Azure Key Vault directly into the workload running on an Arc connected Kubernetes cluster.
Windows IoT on Arm64 brings increased functionality to devices.
New features include MLflow enhancements and train and deploy models in Azure hybrid and multi-cloud.
SQL Server 2016 customers can now use Azure without migrating through offloading analytics or read-only workloads to Azure SQL Managed Instance (MI).
Get personalized recommendations based on your Azure Database for MySQL Flexible Server usage.
Use the new Azure Data Studio MongoDB extension for Azure Cosmos DB to manage all your MongoDB resources.
Azure Cosmos DB accounts can now take advantage of continuous backup with seven-day data retention and point-in-time restore capabilities.
Use new Go SDK features in your Azure Cosmos DB SQL API account including authentication with Azure Active Directory, the ability to execute single partition queries, and transactional batch support.
Query your Azure Cosmos DB containers even more efficiently with new query engine optimizations.
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AKS release tracker allows you to see the status of AKS releases across Azure regions.
You can now use App Service, Container Apps, or API Management as an API backend in Azure Static Web Apps.
You can now add custom certificate authorities to your AKS cluster(s).
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