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Azure SignalR Service support for ASP.NET is now generally available
Cross availability zones allows Azure Service Fabric customers to have increased reliability via cross availability zone support for Service Fabric clusters.
Perform online (minimal downtime) migrations of Oracle databases hosted on-premises or on a virtual machine (VM) to Azure Database for PostgreSQL by using Azure Database Migration Service. It enables resilient migrations of Oracle databases at scale and with high reliability.
Azure Container Registry content trust is now available to the public.
The Azure Container Registry Helm webhooks feature enables new continuous integration/continuous deployment workflows based on new or updated Helm charts.
Tag locking, which allows for building a trusted workflow, is now generally available.
Azure Dev Spaces is now generally available for AKS. Use Dev Spaces to rapidly iterate and debug different parts of an application in parallel in the same AKS cluster. Developer teams can test code end-to-end without replicating or mocking-up dependencies.
Azure Stream Analytics now supports custom de-serializers (in preview).
You may now use the Serial Console feature to troubleshoot connectivity issues in both VMs and individual VMSS instances in a variety of languages.
The new Hyperscale service tier for Azure SQL Database is highly scalable, enabling a database to grow as needed with support for up to 100TB.
Azure Application Gateway Standard v2 and WAF v2 SKUs are now generally available and fully supported with a 99.95 SLA.
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