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Target availability: October, 2018
Azure Container Instances supports Linux and Windows containers in two new regions: Central India (Pune) and South Central US (Texas).
Azure Security Center Secure Score, which provides visibility and recommendations to improve your security posture for Azure resources, is now available 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.
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 Functions now supports consumption plan for deploying to Linux.
We're bringing together our existing capabilities for monitoring infrastructure, apps, and networks under the moniker of Azure Monitor to provide a unified offering that delivers full stack monitoring for your applications.
App Service now supports the ability for customers to bring additional storage accounts to their Linux web apps
In the Sprint 140 Update of Azure DevOps Services, you'll find a new way to customize build dependencies to your specific requirements with the introduction of container jobs in Azure Pipelines.
Windows Server container support in App Service is now available in preview.
New feature updates to have been released for Azure Monitor container health for Azure Kubernetes Service since the successful public preview launch at the //build conference.
Azure Service Fabric introduces its fully managed option, Service Fabric Mesh, for building, deploying, and running business-critical microservice applications.
Use Azure DevOps Projects to start running your application on Azure App Service or Virtual Machine hosts.
Azure Container Registry provides a managed Docker registry service to store and manage private container images.
Azure Container Instances offers an on-demand compute service delivering rapid deployment of containers with no virtual machine management and elastic cloud scale.
Azure Service Fabric is a microservice platform for business critical applications.
Azure App Service is getting new capabilities with the latest updates. Mundane developer tasks are simpler with App Service diagnostics, remote debugging for container-based apps, and easy authentication extended to App Service on Linux.
Custom Vision Service API aims to identify trained objects and show their location within images.
Container Instances is now available in the West US, West US 2, East US, West Europe, North Europe, and Southeast Asia regions. Starting July 1, 2018, the global GUIDs will be split out into regional GUIDs.
You can now deploy web apps composed of multiple Docker containers to App Service on Linux, which takes care of capacity provisioning, load balancing, and underlying infrastructure maintenance. With this new capability, you can easily bring your Docker Compose or Kubernetes Pod definition to App Service and use powerful App Service capabilities such as built-in CI/CD, auto scaling, and intelligent diagnostics.
We are actively working on Windows Server Container support from App Service. Once support is available, developers will be able to lift and shift their .NET apps to Windows Server Container and deploy to Azure App Service.