Monthly updates for July 2022
Evaluate the latest Azure Stack HCI version 22H2 in the preview channel.
Tag filtering is now available in Azure Advisor
New Azure Spring Apps updates and features for basic/standard and enterprise tiers are in preview.
Azure Load Testing now supports additional client metrics (in addition to response time and error percentage) and aggregate functions on client metrics to define pass/fail criteria for a test.
You can view engine health metrics to understand the performance of the test engine during the run, enabling confidence in the test results and better test configuration.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) support for Calico on Windows Server is now generally available.
You can now create an AKS private cluster without private link/tunnel.
Azure Functions support for PowerShell 7.2 is now generally available.
Use third-party open source or commercial Container Network Interface (CNI) plugins with AKS.
Azure functions now support .NET 7 in an isolated process model to build serverless applications with Azure Functions v4.
Partner events, now generally available on Azure Event Grid, adds several additional features to enhance security.
Microsoft Azure Web PubSub Premium Tier now supports enterprise capabilities such as Availability Zones and Autoscaling.
Azure Confidential Ledger provides a managed and decentralized ledger for data entries; built on an open source blockchain-based framework and confidential computing infrastructure, confidential ledger is now generally available.
Azure SignalR Service Premium Tier now supports enterprise capabilities such as Availability Zones and Autoscaling.
Leverage new Azure SQL Managed Instance premium-series hardware based on the latest Intel CPUs that offers significantly improved performance and scalability.
Support of Citus 11 is now included in Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Hyperscale (Citus), a managed service running the distributed open source PostgreSQL database on Azure.
Initiate on demand backups of your production workloads and store them based on your server’s backup retention policy.
Create read replicas of your Hyperscale (Citus) server group in different regions.
Hyperscale (Citus) Basic tier now supports 16, 32, and 64 vCores and 1 TiB and 2 TiB storage.
Run memory-intensive enterprise applications with higher concurrency and no throttling on the new 96 and 104 vCore compute options.
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