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Azure Active Directory Registration Service: Ending support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 and preparing for TLS 1.2 in US Gov and commercial clouds
A regular Azure API Management service update was started on July 8, 2020. It includes new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
Update your Microsoft Graph clients in US Gov Cloud (https://graph.microsoft.us & https://dod-graph.microsoft.us) to TLS 1.2 by 8/5/2020 to ensure that you maintain uninterrupted access to Microsoft Graph Service.
Target availability: Q3 2020
Azure Cosmos DB will start enforcing transport layer security (TLS) 1.2 on July 29, 2020.
Enforce a minimal TLS version at the server level that applies to Azure Database for MariaDB using the new TLS version setting.
Enforce a minimal TLS version at the server level that applies to Azure Database for PostgreSQL using the new TLS version setting.
Enforce a minimal transport layer security (TLS) version at the server level that applies to Azure Database for MySQL using the new TLS version setting.
Find out if you are impacted by an identified CNI vulnerability in older AKS clusters and take mitigation steps to address it.
Enforce a minimal TLS version at the server level that applies to Azure SQL Databases and Azure Synapse Analytics workspaces hosted on the server using the new TLS version setting.
Three new security feature improvements are available for Azure HDinsight.
Target availability: Q2 2020
Azure HDInsight enterprise security enhancements include support for customer-managed key encryption with Azure Key Vault and a new feature, ID broker, which simplifies authentication setups.
Beginning September 1, 2020, Azure Automation will enforce transport layer security (TLS) 1.2 or later versions for all external HTTPS endpoints. We recommend you ensure all your clients are ready to handle TLS 1.2 or later versions.
Target retirement date: August 01, 2020
Azure File Sync service will remove support for TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in August 2020.
The 20.04 release of Azure Sphere OS includes new features to support EAP-TLS networking and certificate management. A single Windows SDK now supports both Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code.
The deadline for IoT Hub deprecation of support for transport layer security (TLS) 1.0/1.1 is postponed indefinitely. IoT Hub will continue to support TLS 1.0/1.1 until further notice to ensure compatibility with existing applications and devices.
Target availability: Q2 2020
Update your servers/machines running self-hosted integration runtimes that communicate with the Azure Data Factory backend for control plane actions to use transport layer security (TLS) 1.2 by May 11, 2020.
Azure Front Door is a cloud-native modern content delivery network offering that enables customers to improve their apps for performance, security, availability, and scalability by providing a high-performant and low-latency network, web application firewall, global load balancing, SSL offload, and TCP/SSL optimizations. Several new capabilities for Front Door are now generally available.
Support for transport layer security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 for Power BI will end in June 2020. Upgrade the TLS version of your Power BI application to TLS 1.2 before then.
Target availability: Q1 2020
In January 2020 Microsoft enforced TLS 1.2 for intra-service traffic in all Azure services. For Azure SQL Database managed instance, this resulted in TLS 1.2 being enforced on outbound connections used for replication and linked server connections to SQL Server.
Microsoft Azure recommends all customers complete migration towards solutions that support transport layer security (TLS) 1.2 and to make sure that TLS 1.2 is used by default.
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