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Azure DevTest Labs now generates managed images, instead of VHD files, when you select to create custom images from a VM. You can still export custom image VHD files.
The latest version of Azure CLI 2.0 includes commands for Azure DevTest Labs users to claim VMs in a lab.
Azure DevTest Labs now makes it much easier for you to provision multiple-VM or PaaS environments from Azure Resource Manager templates, even with nested templates.
Azure DevTest Labs: Use Azure CLI to create and manage environments with multiple VMs or PaaS resources
The latest version of Azure CLI 2.0 includes commands for Azure DevTest Labs users to create and manage environments that contain multiple VMs or PaaS resources.
The latest version of Azure CLI 2.0 includes commands for DevTest Labs users to create and manage lab VMs.
Azure DevTest Labs now supports Managed Disks in all labs, including VM OS disks, data disks, and custom images, in addition to new labs created since our last announcement.
DevTest Labs enables lab administrators to programmatically pull usage data as .csv files from labs into a secondary Azure storage account for reporting.
Azure DevTest Labs supports Managed Disks in newly created labs, including VM OS disks, data disks, and custom images. Managed Disks helps you manage storage accounts for large-scale VM deployments.
Azure DevTest Labs is now available in Korea South and Korea Central, in addition to the other regions it has supported.
Now you can create multiple identical VMs (up to 100) in Azure DevTest Labs from the same VM image and artifacts all at once through Azure portal.
Now you can claim a random VM from the claimable VM pool through a single click in Azure DevTest Labs.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can set VMs to expire on a specific date.
Azure DevTest Labs now enables lab VMs to share the same public IP address, to help you reduce cost and avoid exceeding your public IP address quota.
Azure DevTest Labs is available in UK South and UK West, in addition to the other 21 regions it has supported.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can configure auto-shutdown for a single lab VM in addition to the auto-shutdown policy that applies to all the lab VMs.
DevTest Labs supports claimable lab VMs. Lab admins can put VMs in a shared pool, and lab users can pick a working VM from the pool whenever they need one.
You can set virtual machines created through the Azure Resource Manager deployment model to shut down automatically.
In Azure DevTest Labs, you can create your environments by using Azure Resource Manager templates.
You can easily view and manage data disks that you've created in Azure DevTest Labs.
It's now easier to check the installation details of artifacts in Azure DevTest Labs.
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