Monthly updates for August 2022
Target availability: Q3 2022
Network security groups (NSGs) support for private endpoints is now generally available.
User-defined routes (UDRs) support for private endpoints is now generally available.
General availability enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL.
Hierarchical forecasting, now generally available, offers you the capability to produce consistent forecasts for all levels of your data.
The latest PostgreSQL minor versions 14.5, 13.8, 12.12, and 11.17 are available for Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Hyperscale (Citus).
Enable server logs and log types for detailed insights of server activities to help you identify and troubleshoot potential issues.
Gain up to a 55 percent discount with reserved pricing on the Enterprise tiers of Azure Cache for Redis by committing to spend for one- or three-years.
Container insights agent is being renamed from OMSAgent to Azure Monitor agent, along with some related resource name changes. Please update your alerts, queries, and scripts to avoid any issues.
Take advantage of the latest Kubernetes 1.24 features with AKS.
You can now use Azure Dedicated Hosts with AKS.
Securely manage your keys in production using bring your own key (BYOK) encrypted etcd and key management system (KMS).
Support for 11 policy definitions increases security of Azure API Management services and APIs that they expose.
Enable a secure OAuth 2.0 authorization code flow when using Azure Active Directory or Azure Active Directory B2C identity providers.
Investigate alert incidences with Azure Monitor Logs connector scoped to the exact time range of alert.
You can now use Dapr release 1.8 with Azure Container Apps.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now available in West Central US, Australia Central, and Sweden Central.
The first hyperscale datacenter region in Qatar is now available.
This update provides the improvements for the latest version of Azure Site Recovery components.
Azure Databricks, a data analytics platform optimized for the Microsoft Azure cloud services platform, is now generally available in West US 3.
Introducing the migration capability to move existing replications from classic to modernized experience for disaster recovery of VMware virtual machines, enabled using Azure Site Recovery.
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