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Application security groups are generally available in all Azure public cloud regions. This feature provides security micro-segmentation for your virtual networks in Azure.
Azure Standard Load Balancer is now generally available in all regions.
If you're connecting your virtual network by using Azure ExpressRoute or VPN gateways, you can disable routing through BGP by simply adding a property in your route tables.
Virtual Network Service Endpoints for Azure SQL Database is generally available in all Azure regions.
"Virtual Network Service Endpoints" and "Firewalls and Virtual Networks for Azure Storage" are generally available in all regions in the Azure public cloud and Azure Government.
Service tags for NSGs are generally available.
Augmented security rules for NSGs are generally available.
Application security groups in public preview are available in all regions.
Azure CNI allows your containers to be part of an Azure Virtual Network and leverage the rich set of capabilities that a virtual network offers.
The public previews for Virtual Network Service Endpoints and Firewalls and Virtual Networks for Azure Storage have been expanded to include all regions in the Azure public cloud.
Azure Global Virtual Network peering is now available. This allows you to peer virtual networks in different Azure regions to build a global private network in Azure.
Azure Networking features will be available only in the Azure portal from October 4th, 2017. Networking related feature support from the classic Portal will be deprecated starting October 4th.
Global VNet Peering is in preview.
Announcing the public preview of Virtual Network service endpoints in Azure SQL Database.
Application security groups, service tags, and augmented security groups are currently in preview.
Load Balancer Standard is in preview. You can use it to create load-balanced deployments with greater scale, resiliency, and ease of use for virtual machine instances inside a virtual network.
Azure Load Balancer introduces a HA Ports, a capability that enables you to load balance internal virtual network traffic on all ports for all supported protocols.
We are announcing the public preview of Virtual network service endpoints.
Every virtual machine in Azure now supports at least two network interfaces.
Multiple IP addresses per network interface is generally available.
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