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The Azure Sphere public preview 19.05 feature release is available today via the Retail Evaluation feed. The regular Retail OS feed will continue to deliver version 19.04; we plan to upgrade it to 19.05 in two weeks.
In Azure Lab Services, we now added the ability to provide address range of virtual machines for the labs.
Azure Monitor is launching a number of exciting features including end to end AKS monitoring, granular RBAC for logs, intelligent and scalable alerts, a new application change analysis capability and more.
App Service is offering a new, full screen experience that simplifies the application creation and publishing workflow.
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.04 quality release is available today via the Retail feed.
Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 Connectivity allows you to bring your private IPv6 space into Azure and enables connectivity over IPv6 within your Virtual Networks.
Migrate any Azure Automation Service Management REST APIs and PowerShell cmdlets for Azure Automation to Resource Manager REST APIs or the latest PowerShell cmdlets by April 30, 2019.
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.04 quality release is available today via the Retail Evaluation feed. The regular Retail OS feed will continue to deliver version 19.03; we plan to upgrade it to 19.04 in two weeks.
Updates to features in Azure Lab Services include GPU size, connecting to on-premises resources, saving an image, sending registration link in email, and connecting to Linux machines by using Remote Desktop.
Azure App Service is updating PHP stacks to the latest versions.
We now support both a Retail Evaluation feed and a Retail feed for the Azure Sphere OS.
Azure Resource Manager is our cloud infrastructure stack that fully replaces the classic Azure Service Manager deployment model. As a result, support for Service Manager REST APIs for Azure SQL Database will be retired on December 1, 2019.
Azure Stack operators can now backup and recover guest OS, data disks, and volumes using Azure Backup.
New and updated features are being developed to ensure customers can determine that their Azure Stack system has not been tampered with and can remediate if configuration has drifted.
We now support Kubernetes cluster deployment on Azure Stack, a certified Kubernetes Cloud Provider. Install Kubernetes using Azure Resource Manager templates generated by ACS-Engine on Azure Stack.
Azure Event Hubs is a big data streaming platform and event ingestion service, capable of receiving and processing millions of events per second, that can now run on Azure Stack.
We have created documentation to describe how Azure Stack infrastructure satisfies regulatory technical controls for PCI-DSS and CSA-CCM.
Service Fabric, a distributed systems platform that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable microservices and containers, is now available on Azure Stack.
Azure Stack operators or tenants can now replicate and failover Windows Server and Linux guest OS based application deployed in IaaS VMs on Azure Stack to Azure.
Azure Stack operators will be happy to hear that new and updated features are being developed to ensure Azure Stack integrated systems are "hardened by default."