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Use audit logging to investigate suspicious API requests, collect statistics, or create monitoring alerts for unwanted API calls.
Protect applications and data from datacenter failures with redundancies across Availability Zones.
Feature Updates enhanced search on live data, node storage/network performance on AKS, and data collection filter
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in Brazil South
Azure Monitor for containers - updates to live data settings
Azure Monitor for Containers - Updates on Windows AKS Support, UI enhancement, and Node Storage Capacity
New features updates for Azure Monitor for Containers for Node Storage, Windows AKS support, and UI enhancements
Target availability: Q2 2019
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in South Africa North.
Use managed Kubernetes for all of your workloads whether they’re in Windows, Linux or both.
Azure Dev Spaces is now available in the East US, East US 2, Central US, West US 2, North Europe, West Europe, UK South, Southeast Asia, Australia East, Canada Central, and Canada East regions.
Microsoft and Red Hat collaborated to create an open-sourced project that supports the deployment of serverless, event-driven containers on Kubernetes. Kubernetes-based event-driven autoscaling (KEDA) can be used in any Kubernetes environment — in any public/private cloud or on-premises such as Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Red Hat OpenShift. Read blog
A user-defined network policy enables secure network segmentation within Kubernetes, and is now available.
Virtual network and firewall rules support is now available in Azure Container Registry in preview.
Your organization can now restrict access to its Kubernetes control plane to specific IP addresses or IP ranges.
AKS virtual node, now available to the public, allows you to elastically provision additional pods inside Container Instances that start in seconds.
Use different virtual machine sizes in a node pool to run a variety of workloads in a single AKS cluster.
Azure Dev Spaces is now generally available for AKS. Use Dev Spaces to rapidly iterate and debug different parts of an application in parallel in the same AKS cluster. Developer teams can test code end-to-end without replicating or mocking-up dependencies.
Azure Dev Spaces provides an easy way to build and debug applications for Kubernetes. With Dev Spaces, developers can rapidly iterate and debug different parts of an application in parallel in the same Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster. They can also test their code end-to-end without replicating or mocking up dependencies. Read blog
Azure Policy integration for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) allows users to apply at-scale enforcements and safeguards for AKS clusters in a centralized, consistent manner. We are also introducing new capabilities to help secure communication paths for Kubernetes applications. Read blog
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) virtual nodes allow users to elastically provision additional pods in seconds in response to a spike in demand. With a few clicks in the Azure portal, users can turn on the virtual node feature and get the flexibility and portability of a serverless container experience in an AKS environment — and there’s no need to manage additional compute resources. Read blog
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in North Central US and Japan West.
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