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For customers who want larger Azure Stack integrated systems, we're working on adding support to have multiple scale units in an Azure Stack integrated system.
Azure Stack operators can now backup and recover guest OS, data disks, and volumes using Azure Backup.
We have created documentation to describe how Azure Stack infrastructure satisfies regulatory technical controls for PCI-DSS and CSA-CCM.
Azure Stack operators can now add a node to an existing Azure Stack scale unit within the supported scale unit limits.
Azure Stack is integrated with the Azure China cloud, enabling connections to identity, subscription, registration, billing, backup/DR, and Azure Marketplace.
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."
Azure Stack is now integrated with the Azure Government cloud, enabling connections to Azure Government identity, subscription, registration, billing, backup/DR, and Azure Marketplace.
We're developing enhancements for Azure Stack that will simplify infrastructure backup by eliminating the need for manual operator intervention.
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.
The 2017-04-17 version of the Azure Storage API is now available to use in Azure Stack.
Azure Stack is now available to scale up to 16 nodes.
Av2-series and F-series virtual machines (VM) are now available for Azure Stack.
We're expanding support for the VPN Gateway to allow Azure Stack users greater flexibility with their settings.
Managed Disks is now available on Azure Stack.
We're developing new and updated features for the monitoring, diagnostics, and servicing experiences to ensure Azure Stack operators can keep the Azure Stack integrated system running and healthy.
Work is currently in development to allow Azure Stack operators the ability to configure the virtual machine pricing and display it in the Azure Stack portal.
We’re pleased to share that we're now supporting Service Fabric on your Windows Server and Linux virtual machines (VMs) running in Azure Stack.
Templated Service Fabric clusters are now available. This will simplify deployment and operations for Azure Stack users.
We’re pleased to share that we're now supporting containers created by Azure Stack users for both Windows Server and Linux.
Support for templated Kubernetes clusters is now in preview.