Monthly updates for April 2023
Azure Elastic SAN (preview) is now available in Australia East, North Europe, Sweden Central, UK South, West Europe, East US, East US 2, South Central US, and West US 3.
We are excited to announce that Azure Storage Mover is now generally available.
Azure CNI Overlay utilizes an overlay network to reduce IP utilization while providing better performance and scale.
Target retirement date: September 30, 2024
The ability to manage authentication methods in the legacy MFA and SSPR policies will be retired on 30 September 2024.
Target availability: Q2 2023
You can connect your Azure Stream Analytics job to Azure Data Explorer / Kusto clusters using managed private endpoints
Target availability: Q2 2023
Use Stream Analytics to process exported data from Application Insights
Use REST APIs for all cluster operations to streamline your ongoing management experience with one or many clusters.
General availability enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL for mid-April 2023
Stop and start compute on all cluster nodes to optimize cost of your Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL clusters.
New features now available in GA include the ability to customize your compute instance and configure a compute instance to automatically stop if it is inactive.
You can use this feature to stop unintended changes to AKS resources and reduce support issues.
Application Health Extension, Rich Health States allows for more detailed health reporting on your VM applications.
Scaling improvement for Service Bus, Event Hubs, Storage Queue, and Cosmos DB is now available for the Azure Functions Consumption and Premium plans.
In Q1 we've delivered multiple features across our services. These included improvements on security and new features that have been prioritized based on customer feedback.
Improve performance and scale of read-intensive workloads with read replicas for Azure Database for PostgreSQL Flexible Server.
Public preview enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL in mid-April 2023
Generally Available: Azure Database for PostgreSQL - Flexible Server in the Australia Central region.
Introducing Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Flexible Server in Australia Central region. This expansion provides a simplified provisioning experience with the openness of the PostgreSQL database community version and more.
Introducing new burstable SKU’s (B4, B8, B12, B16, B20) for Azure Database for PostgreSQL Flexible Server, providing a cost-effective deployment solution for burstable workloads.
You can now run your apps using serverless, consumption-based compute, and optionally run your apps on dedicated workload profiles that offer more CPU and memory if needed.
Introducing the public preview of query performance insight for Azure Database for PostgreSQL - Flexible Server, a new feature to help you improve the overall performance of your database.
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