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Azure Service Fabric 6.5 Second Refresh Release rolled out last month with key announcements, along with bug fixes, and performance enhancements.
In the Sprint 155 Update of Azure DevOps, we are introducing new Azure Boards reports to make it easier for you to track important team metrics. You will see the new reports under the Analytics tab in the Boards, Backlog and Sprint hubs.
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.
Network Performance Monitor is now available in Central India region.
Easily self-diagnose the most common issues with registry connectivity using Azure Container Registry Health Check APIs.
General availability: Azure Log Analytics in SOUTH AFRICA NORTH, BRAZIL SOUTH, UK WEST and NORTH CENTRAL US
SOUTH AFRICA NORTH, BRAZIL SOUTH, UK WEST and NORTH CENTRAL US regions are now GA for customers to start collecting telemetry and analyze their services for health and usage by using Azure Log Analytics.
Azure Monitor for VMs is now available in East Australia and South East Australia. Around the world, it is available in nine public regions.
Feature Updates enhanced search on live data, node storage/network performance on AKS, and data collection filter
Public preview: Azure Log Analytics in SOUTH AFRICA NORTH, BRAZIL SOUTH, UK WEST and NORTH CENTRAL US
SOUTH AFRICA NORTH, BRAZIL SOUTH, UK WEST & NORTH CENTRAL US are now Public Preview for customers to start collecting telemetry and analyze their services for health and usage using Azure Log Analytics.
VM Health feature included in Azure monitor for VMs is now available for VMs that are running on Windows 2012 R2 and 2019. Additionally, VM Health feature is also available in cases where the associated workspace is in SEA (South East Asia), UKS (UK South), and CCAN (Canada Central) regions.
May 2019 - Improved alerts for monitoring and troubleshooting Azure Site Recovery process servers.
Service Fabric 6.5 release version has been rolled out to the various Azure regions along with tooling and SDK updates. The release contains many new features, bug fixes, supportability, reliability and performance improvements. For the full list of all the changes, refer to the release notes.
Azure Monitor for VMs is now available in West US 2. Around the world, it's available in seven public regions.
Automatic server-side geo disaster recovery of metadata in Event Grid is now available on the service.
With the general availability of integration service environments, we’ve made several improvements from preview to give your Logic Apps more power when running in an ISE.
IoT Central is introducing new capabilities that are designed to simplify IoT Central for developers and enable integration to a customer’s existing enterprise and line of business solutions by enabling more seamless integration to a customer’s existing enterprise and line of business solutions.
Azure Blockchain Service, a fully managed blockchain service in Azure, is now available in preview. Use Azure Blockchain Service to grow and operate blockchain networks at scale with simplified network formation, management, and governance.
General availability: Azure Log Analytics in CENTRAL US, EAST US 2, EAST ASIA, WEST US and SOUTH CENTRAL US
CENTRAL US, EAST US 2, EAST ASIA, WEST US, & SOUTH Central US regions are now GA for customers to start collecting telemetry and analyze their services for health and usage by using Azure Log Analytics.
Azure Traffic Manager will stop automatically enabling, disabling, or deleting endpoints for Azure Cloud Services on May 1, 2019
Target availability: Q2 2019
Currently, Azure Traffic Manager can automatically enable, disable, or delete endpoints when starting, stopping, or deleting the corresponding cloud service. However, this option will be retired on May 1, 2019, and you’ll need to manually enable, disable, or delete profile endpoints in Traffic Manager when starting, stopping, or deleting a cloud service. You’ll continue to be billed for the endpoints unless they are manually disabled or deleted.
Azure Front Door Service has entered general availability and is now fully supported with a 99.99 percent SLA.
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