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With Virtual Network support, Azure Container Instances now supports deploying containers to new or existing Azure virtual networks. Azure Container Instances containers can have secure communication with other resources, such as Azure Kubernetes Service clusters, residing in the same virtual network.
Azure Standard Load Balancer is now generally available in Azure China cloud regions.
Virtual network service endpoint policies for Azure Storage are now in preview.
You can now provision Linux containers into new or existing virtual networks with Azure Container Instances. This support is in preview for Linux in two regions: West US and West Europe.
Virtual network peering is now available for virtual networks that belong to subscriptions in different Azure Active Directory tenants.
Public IP Prefix is in preview.
We are pleased to announce support for point-to-site VPN in Azure Virtual WAN. A point-to-site (P2S) VPN lets you create a secure connection to your Azure Virtual WAN from an individual client computer.
Azure Virtual Network TAP enables you to continuously mirror traffic from a virtual network to a packet collector.
Azure Virtual WAN provides a simple, unified, global connectivity and security platform to allow the deployment large scale branch infrastructure. ExpressRoute provides private connectivity into the Microsoft global network.
Azure Virtual Network Gateways now support OpenVPN as a protocol for point-to-site clients to connect.
Virtual network service endpoints are generally available for Azure Key Vault in all public Azure regions.
The Virtual Network portal blade has been enhanced to troubleshoot connectivity and performance issues or continually monitor your network endpoints from virtual machines (VMs) in a virtual network.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for PostgreSQL are generally available.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MySQL are generally available.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for PostgreSQL are in public preview.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MySQL are in public preview.
Virtual Network Service Endpoints for Azure Cosmos DB is available in all regions of the Azure public cloud.
Global VNet Peering is available in all Azure public regions, excluding the China, Germany, and Azure Government regions.
Global VNet Peering is now generally available in four additional regions: West Europe, US East 2, Southeast Asia, and Central US.
Global VNet Peering is generally available.
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