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We're excited to announce preview support of Azure Active Directory integration for Azure Database for MySQL.
Azure Private Link support for Azure Database for MariaDB is now available in preview.
Azure Private Link support for Azure Database for MySQL is now available in preview.
Azure Private Link support for Azure Database for PostgreSQL Single server is now available in preview.
To address customer security and manageability requirements, managed instance, a deployment capability of Azure SQL Database, is transitioning from a manual to service-aided subnet configuration.
Target availability: Q4 2019
Azure SQL Database is beginning the decommissioning process of Gen 4 Intel E5-2673 v3 (Haswell)-based CPUs and is transitioning to Intel E5-2673 v4 (Broadwell) 2.3 GHz and Intel SP8160 (Skylake) processors for all new deployments.
Effective February 1, 2020, the meter names of Azure SQL Database managed instance point-in-time restore (PITR) backup will change.
Azure Database for MySQL now provides general availability support for the latest major version of MySQL, version 8.0.
Easily monitor backup storage costs for your single databases and elastic pools directly from the Azure portal.
Now in general availability, a new configuration option, PAUSED_RESUMABLE_INDEX_ABORT_DURATION_MINUTES, has been added to ALTER DATABASE SCOPED CONFIGURATION (Transact-SQL) for resumable online index operations.
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) server principals (also known as Azure AD logins) for managed instance are now in general availability.
Azure private endpoint for Azure Cosmos DB is a network interface that connects you privately and securely to a service powered by Azure Private Link.
Now in general availability, Azure Cosmos DB supports GROUP BY for queries for SQL (Core) API. This is one of our top asks from users and we are excited to release this capability.
The Azure Cosmos DB API for MongoDB now supports MongoDB wire protocol version 6 and server version 3.6. All new accounts provisioned using the Azure portal will have the option to provision with server version 3.6.
New metrics are now available to monitor Azure SQL Database backup storage consumption.
Now in preview for East US and UK South regions only, Azure Database for MySQL provides support for service health notifications for planned maintenance.
Now in preview for East US and UK South regions only, Azure Database for PostgreSQL Single Server provides support for service health notifications for planned maintenance.
Now in preview for the East US and UK South regions only, Azure Database for MariaDB provides support for service health notifications for planned maintenance.
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter IDs and names of Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL and MariaDB General Purpose -Large Scale Storage will change.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of Switzerland.
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