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Azure App Service on Azure Stack Hub Update 8 released today.
Effective January 1, 2020, the meter names of Azure Stack and Data Box Edge will change.
The Azure Stack diagnostic log collection service provides a simplified way for Azure Stack operators to collect and share diagnostic logs with Microsoft Customer Support Services (CSS).
Work is currently in progress to allow Azure Stack operators in government organizations to connect their Azure Stacks to the Azure Government Secret cloud for identity, Pay-As-You-Go billing, marketplace syndication, and hybrid scenarios.
Work is in progress to develop an Azure Stack solution pattern that will provide solution architects and developers with guidance and examples on how to enable scenarios that require AI inferencing on video streams at the edge.
New and updated features are being developed to ensure customers can determine that their Azure Stack system has not been tampered with and can remediate if configuration has drifted.
Azure Stack is now integrated with the Azure Government cloud, enabling connections to Azure Government identity, subscription, registration, billing, backup/DR, and Azure Marketplace.
We now support Kubernetes cluster deployment on Azure Stack, a certified Kubernetes Cloud Provider. Install Kubernetes using Azure Resource Manager templates generated by ACS-Engine on Azure Stack.
Users can backup their SQL Servers running in Azure Virtual Machines (VMs). This workload backup capability is built as an infrastructure-less, pay-as-you-go service that uses native SQL backup and restore APIs to provide a comprehensive solution to backup SQL servers running in Azure IaaS VMs.
Azure Stack operators can now backup and recover guest OS, data disks, and volumes using Azure Backup.
Azure Stack operators or tenants can now replicate and failover Windows Server and Linux guest OS based application deployed in IaaS VMs on Azure Stack to Azure.
Azure Stack is integrated with the Azure China cloud, enabling connections to identity, subscription, registration, billing, backup/DR, and Azure Marketplace.
FedRAMP High documentation is now available for Azure Stack customers.
Azure Stack operators can now add a node to an existing Azure Stack scale unit within the supported scale unit limits.
We have created documentation to describe how Azure Stack infrastructure satisfies regulatory technical controls for PCI-DSS and CSA-CCM.
The 2017-04-17 version of the Azure Storage API is now available to use in Azure Stack.
For customers who want larger Azure Stack integrated systems, we're working on adding support to have multiple scale units in an Azure Stack integrated system.
We're developing enhancements for Azure Stack that will simplify infrastructure backup by eliminating the need for manual operator intervention.
Azure Stack is now available to scale up to 16 nodes.
Azure Stack operators will be happy to hear that new and updated features are being developed to ensure Azure Stack integrated systems are "hardened by default."
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