Monthly updates for June 2023
Increase your security posture and reduce false positives with Default Rule Set 2.1, now in preview on Azure's regional Web Application Firewall (WAF) with Application Gateway.
Target availability: Q2 2023
Introducing Azure OpenAI Service on your data in public preview, which unlocks the power of OpenAI models like ChatGPT and GPT-4 with your own data. It streamlines communication, enhances customer service, boosts productivity without training, provides access to specific data sources for accurate insights, and enables seamless data connectivity, web app deployment, and transformative conversational AI experiences.
Introducing the latest update to Azure Elastic SAN (in preview), which now offers expanded range of regions, increased support for diverse workloads, and an array of new features.
Easily manage public-facing and private-facing traffic on a common port.
Azure NetApp Files now supports multiple encryption layers for increased data security.
Enable network observability add-on on AKS clusters to gain insights into how your cluster operate and to identify potential problems before they cause outages or performance degradation.
The Azure Sphere version 23.05 release includes various new features and developer resources.
General availability: Introducing DropMappedField transformation for data mappings in Azure Data Explorer
Azure Data Explorer has added a new capability called "DropMappedField" to its data mappings. This feature allows users to map an object in a JSON document to a column while removing any nested fields that are already referenced by other column mappings.
Generally available: Azure Premium SSD v2 Disk Storage in Southeast Asia, UK South, South Central US and West US 3
Azure Premium SSD v2 Disk Storage is now available in more regions and offers the most advanced general-purpose block storage solution with the best price performance.
Now generally available: managed ingestion from Azure Cosmos DB to Azure Data Explorer in near real time.
Target retirement date: September 10, 2023
Retirement notice: Move to Azure Load Testing GA API versions by 10 September 2023
Public Preview: IT Service Management Connector (ITSMC) is now certified with ServiceNow Utah version
The ITSM connector provides a bi-directional connection between Azure and ITSM tools to help track and resolve issues faster.
The new Azure Queue Storage SDK is now generally available for Go, allowing developers to build Go apps that can store and retrieve messages in Azure Queue Storage.
The new Azure Blob Storage SDK is now generally available for Go, allowing developers to build Go apps that interact with objects in Azure Blob Storage.
The new Azure Event Hubs SDK is now generally available for Go, allowing developers to build Go apps that send and receive events from Azure Event Hubs.
Public Preview: Azure NetApp Files Availability zone volume placement enhancement – Populate existing volume
Populate previously deployed, existing volumes with the logical availability zone information to enable failure domain protection for workloads in specific availability zones.
HX-series VMs for HPC are now generally available in the Azure East US region.
HBv4-series VMs for HPC are now generally available in the Azure East US region.
We are excited to announce that Azure VMware Solution has gone live in North Switzerland and is now available to customers.
Review upcoming service and feature retirements and their impact on your workloads using the new Service Retirement workbook template which is available in Azure Advisor.
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