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Effective April 1, 2019, the resource GUIDs and names for Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL will change.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL now supports asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for PostgreSQL server (the ‘master’) to up to five Azure Database for PostgreSQL servers (the ‘replicas’) in the same region.
Access generally available functionality in the Azure Database Migration Service to migrate Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL to Azure Database for PostgreSQL while the source database remains online during migration.
You can now create same-region read replicas in Azure Database for PostgreSQL to scale out your read workloads.
Use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate PostgreSQL databases hosted on-premises, on a virtual machine, or on AWS RDS PostgreSQL, to Azure Database for PostgreSQL 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 PostgreSQL.
For Azure Database for PostgreSQL, all customers who use the preview APIs must switch to the new API version by December 1, 2018.
Move Azure Database for PostgreSQL servers to a new resource group or subscription.
We are excited to announce the preview of Advanced Threat Protection for Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL can learn and adapt to your workloads. The preview release of performance recommendations provides a list of recommendations for creating new indexes to potentially improve the performance of your workloads.
The query performance insights feature in Azure Database for PostgreSQL is now available in preview.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL now provides preview support for query store, which collects and stores query execution statistics and wait event distributions.
Advanced Threat Protection for Azure database services for MySQL and PostgreSQL helps to detect and respond to potential threats as they occur. Users receive an alert upon suspicious database activities, with potential vulnerabilities and anomalous database access and query patterns. This feature integrates alerts with Azure Security Center to provide details of suspicious activity and recommendations on how to investigate and mitigate them.
Now in preview, you can migrate PostgreSQL databases to Azure Database for PostgreSQL with minimal downtime by using the Azure Database Migration Service (DMS). Use the Azure CLI to provision an instance of the DMS service and then perform migrations from PostgreSQL on-premises or with virtual machines to Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for PostgreSQL are generally available.
Customers who use Azure Database for PostgreSQL can create 4-TB servers or update existing PostgreSQL server storage to 4 TB when using the General Purpose or Memory Optimized pricing tier.
Scaling between hardware generations within services tiers and scaling between general-purpose and memory-optimized service tiers are now supported in all available regions.
PostgreSQL major version 10 is now available on Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for PostgreSQL are in public preview.