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Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports only two stable patch versions for every minor version supported. AKS previously supported five minor versions: 1.7,1.8,1.9,1.10, and 1.11.
In the Sprint 139 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), you can now migrate Hosted XML projects to the Inheritance process model to ease customization.
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.
The Sprint 134 Update of Visual Studio Team Services brings better support for Ruby, Python, and Java languages in for build and even more deployment options for release.
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.
Monitoring the health and performance of your Azure Container Service (AKS) cluster is important to ensure that your applications are up and running as expected.
The Sprint 133 Update of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) expands the languages and platforms supported for VSTS build and release.
Managed Kubernetes with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) on Azure Stack will make it even easier for Azure Stack users to manage and operate Kubernetes environments in the same ways as they do in Azure, without sacrificing portability.
Preview version 12.0.0-beta of the Azure SDK for Go is now available to help you use Azure services from Go applications. To get it, run `go get -u github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-go/...` or use dep.
Azure Kubernetes Service is now generally available to the public. Developers can drastically simplify how they build and run container-based solutions without deep Kubernetes expertise on Azure.