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Azure Database for MySQL now provides preview support for the latest major version of MySQL, version 8.0.
We are excited to announce support for up to 16TB of storage and up to 20,000 IOPS in Azure Database for MySQL is now in preview.
We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for MySQL users can opt-in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available.
We are pleased to announce that Azure Database for MySQL is now generally available in the recently announced regions of South Africa North and South Africa West.
Azure Database for MySQL now provides preview support for database audit logging integrated with Azure Monitor Diagnostic Logs.
Azure Database for MySQL customers can now tune additional server parameters to help optimize the MySQL engine to address their unique workloads.
Azure Database for MySQL now provides preview support for Intelligent Performance, which includes three distinct features—query store, query performance insights, and performance recommendations.
Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
The Azure Quickstart Center within the Azure portal enables new customers to use the self-guided approach to build cloud projects and accelerate deployment with ease.
Azure Database for MySQL now supports continuous asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for MySQL server (master) to up to five Azure Database for MySQL servers (replicas) in the same region.
Microsoft’s open source database services, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, now provide the ability to scale up compute to 64 vCores in the general purpose pricing tiers and to 32 vCores in the memory optimized tiers.
Effective April 1, 2019, the resource GUIDs and names for Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL will change.
Access generally available functionality in Azure Database Migration Service to migrate Amazon RDS for MySQL to Azure Database for MySQL while the source database remains online during migration.
Use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate MySQL databases hosted on-premises, on a virtual machine, or on AWS RDS MySQL, to Azure Database for MySQL while the source database remains online during migration.
Effective February 1, 2019, the resource GUIDs for Azure databases for MySQL and PostgreSQL will change due to the migration from Gen 4 compute to Gen 5 compute.
Customers can now scale up their compute to 64 vCores in the General Purpose pricing tiers and 32 vCores in the Memory Optimized tiers in Azure Database for MySQL.
You can now create and manage read replicas by using the Azure CLI.
For Azure Database for MySQL, all customers who use the preview APIs must switch to the new API version by December 1, 2018.
Move Azure Database for MySQL servers to a new resource group or subscription.
Azure Database for MySQL supports up to five read-only replicas within the same Azure region (public preview).