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Learn about updates made available to the Azure portal for December 2018.
See updates to the Azure portal in November 2018.
The Azure portal received updates in October 2018.
Azure Standard Load Balancer is now generally available in Azure China cloud regions.
You can create and manage premium blob storage accounts from the Azure portal. This preview is available in the US East 2, US Central, and US West regions.
Azure Cost Management is in the Azure portal and currently in preview. It's now enabled by default, with improved performance and fuly integrated into the Azure platform.
The Virtual Network portal blade has been enhanced to troubleshoot connectivity and performance issues or continually monitor your network endpoints from virtual machines (VMs) in a virtual network.
The Azure portal has built-in support to add HTTPS probes to standard load balancers.
The Azure mobile app is generally available, so you can stay connected to your Azure resources—anytime, anywhere.
PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell is available in public preview. It provides an alternative to the existing Bash experience (also in public preview) while retaining the benefits of Cloud Shell.
You can conveniently manage leases on containers and blobs of storage accounts right from the Azure portal.
Microsoft routinely maintains and updates Azure Cloud Shell, including the addition of new CLI tools to improve your productivity. Learn about the CLI tools we recently added.
You can now manage the stored access policies for your storage accounts from within the Azure portal.
Use mssql-scripter, an open-source command-line interface, to generate database scripts in Azure Cloud Shell.
In the Azure portal, the overview blade for storage accounts now loads faster, allows quickly accessible links to storage services, and includes upgraded metrics charts.
There are multiple enhancements and fixes to the blob upload experience for storage accounts in the Azure portal.
You can get early access to preview features in the Azure portal before they're broadly available.
In the Azure portal, you can jump to your resources, resource groups, and subscriptions no matter what you have open by using the global search box.
The App Service team is shipping customer-facing supportability features to go along with Azure Functions and App Service Certificates.
Azure App Service customers can use App Service Certificates to purchase, configure, and manage SSL certificates from the Azure portal.