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Here are the Azure Firewall feature updates for July 2019.
IPv6 for Azure VNETs enables you to expand into the growing mobile and IoT markets with your Azure-based applications and to address IPv4 depletion in your own networks.
Fully managed service for seamless and secure RDP/SSH access to your virtual machines without public IP on the VM.
You can now connect up to 4 circuits in a peering location to the same ExpressRoute virtual network gateway.
Public IP Prefix, a reserved range of static IP addresses, is generally available in all Azure public regions, China cloud regions, and Government cloud regions.
Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 Connectivity allows you to bring your private IPv6 space into Azure and enables connectivity over IPv6 within your Virtual Networks.
Global VNet Peering now supports Gateway Transit to simplify customer network's by allowing the use of a remote gateway in another region.
Threat intelligence-based filtering for Azure Firewall is now available in preview. The addition of the Threat Intelligence feed to the filtering capabilities expands both the options to alert and deny traffic from or to known malicious IP addresses and domains.
Global VNet Peering now supports Standard Load Balancer in all Azure regions, including Azure China and Azure Government regions.
Global VNet Peering is available in Azure Government cloud regions.
Now generally available, virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MariaDB are accessible in all available regions.
Enhancements to NSG flow logs (version 2) and traffic analytics are available in all public cloud regions.
Effective April 1, 2019, the names and resource GUIDs for Virtual Network Public IP will change.
Global VNet Peering is now available in Azure China regions.
Azure Standard Load Balancer and Standard Public IP are now generally available in Azure Government cloud regions.
Virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MariaDB are in public preview.
Enhancements to NSG flow logs (version 2) are available in the West Central US region. They include per-flow throughput statistics.
We’re rolling out changes to enable Network Watcher by default for subscriptions that contain a virtual network. This will simplify and improve your network troubleshooting experience.
VNet Integration capability with Azure App Service is in preview.
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.