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Lab owners can now enable user-assigned managed identities on lab virtual machines in Azure DevTest Labs.
Azure DevTest Labs recently released integration with Azure Bastion, enabling you to connect to your lab virtual machines through a web browser.
Azure Bastion is now generally available in two more Azure public cloud regions—East US 2 and West US 2. We'll continue to add more regions going forward.
Azure managed identities to deploy lab environments As a lab owner, you can now use a user assigned managed identity to deploy environments in a lab. This feature is helpful in scenarios where the environment contains or has references to Azure resources such as key vaults, shared image galleries, and networks that are external to the environment’s resource group. It enables creation of sandbox environments that aren't limited to the resource group of that environment only.
We recently released a preview upgrade for the Azure DevTest Labs Tasks.
Azure DevTest Labs now integrates with Azure Bastion, enabling you to connect to your virtual machines through a web browser.
DevTest Labs now enables you to create virtual machines from a previous version within a shared image gallery.
Use Azure DevTest Labs to configure a remote desktop gateway for your lab to ensure secure access to the virtual machines (VMs) without having to expose the RDP port.
PowerShell module now available to simplify management of labs
Azure DevTest Labs now lets you configure a shared image gallery in your lab
Reserved instances discounts are now available for VMs and Azure SQL Database instances created in your Dev/Test offer subscriptions.
Configure resource group control for your lab.
When you're creating a VM in your lab, you can now select a CIS Windows Server 2016 Benchmark L2 image.
Configure enforcing auto shutdown schedule for your lab.
We're releasing a public repository of Azure Resource Manager templates for each lab.
In DevTest Labs, you can set a list of mandatory artifacts that will be applied on every machine created within your lab.
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the username and password for the machine are now pre-filled.
When you create a virtual machine as a lab user, the name of the machine is now pre-filled with a unique, automatically generated name.
You can resize a lab virtual machine in Azure DevTest Labs.
You can redeploy a lab virtual machine so that you don't waste time troubleshooting your remote desktop connection or application access to a Windows-based Azure virtual machine.
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