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Support for .NET Framework 4.8 is now generally available in Azure App Service
Kubernetes resource view allows developers to use point and click navigation to see live, in-depth details of their workloads.
Access Windows Virtual Desktop from the new Remote Desktop client for Android.
It’s now easier to deploy and manage Windows Virtual Desktop as well as provide seamless meeting and collaboration experiences through integration with Microsoft Teams.
View the full schedule, by region, for updates coming to NCv3 Virtual machines.
We are upgrading the virtualization technology through which customer VMs can access our high-bandwidth, low-latency InfiniBand network on our RDMA-enabled VM Sizes. By enabling SR-IOV (Single Root I/O Virtualization), customers will be able to use any MPI (Message Passing Interface) implementation or InfiniBand verb set, greatly increasing ability and options for leveraging Infiniband for their workloads
Java 11 for Azure Functions is now available in preview on Consumption and Premium plans for Windows and Linux.
A new capability (in preview) allows you to configure your Azure App Service and Azure Functions apps for login authentication through any OpenID Connect provider.
Today, SAP and Microsoft announced an expanded partnership to enable customers to design and operate intelligent digital supply chain and industry 4.0 solutions in the cloud and at the edge.
To improve the security of your Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster, secure your pods with Azure Policy (in preview). Users can choose from a list of built-in options and apply those policies to secure pods.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports creation of clusters and node pools with containerd, an industry-standard container runtime, in preview. Containerd enhances pod creation speed as well as stability.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports bring-your-own identities for the control plane managed identity.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)-managed Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) support is now generally available.
Revocation of non-compliant Certificate Authorities potentially impacting customer’s Azure service(s).
Recent reports detailed Certificate Authorities that were not compliant with industry standards for trusted CAs. As per industry requirements, non-compliant CAs are being revoked requiring customers certificates to be re-issued.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports confidential workloads through DCSv2 SKUs (private preview)
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports confidential workloads through integration with DCSv2 SKU node pools powered by Intel SGX.
Support for distributed network name (DNN) for SQL Server failover cluster instance (SQL FCI) on Azure IaaS with SQL Server 2019 CU2 and higher is now available.
Preview support for Azure Shared Disks for SQL Server failover cluster instance on Azure IaaS is now available
Preview support is now available for Azure Shared Disks for SQL Server failover cluster instance (SQL FCI) on Azure IaaS with SQL Server 2019 on Windows Server 2019 and higher.
Virtual machine scale sets now provide the ability to automatically deploy new versions of custom images to scale set virtual machines.
You now have the ability to store ephemeral OS disks on the VM temp or resource disk in addition to the VM cache (in preview).
Better support for latency-sensitive workloads in critical business scenarios.
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