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Update 19.05 for Azure Sphere public preview now available in Retail feed
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.05 feature release is available today via the Retail Evaluation feed. The regular Retail OS feed will continue to deliver version 19.04; we plan to upgrade it to 19.05 in two weeks.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux images are now available as both BYOS and PAYG offers.
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.04 quality release is available today via the Retail feed.
The Azure Sphere public preview 19.04 quality release is available today via the Retail Evaluation feed. The regular Retail OS feed will continue to deliver version 19.03; we plan to upgrade it to 19.04 in two weeks.
Windows Server 2019 Container Support is now available in the public preview of Windows Containers on Azure App Service.
The 19.03 release marks the beginning of a planned release schedule of one major feature release and two minor quality releases per quarter.
We now support both a Retail Evaluation feed and a Retail feed for the Azure Sphere OS.
The Azure Sphere 19.02 release is available now. In this release, we focus on broader device capabilities, new reference solutions, and prioritizing features based on feedback.
Target availability: Q1 2019
The serial console for Azure Virtual Machines has been updated to add VM reboot and additional fonts to choose from.
The Azure Guest OS Family 6 is now generally available.
Today, the Azure Sphere team is releasing an update to the 18.11 release.
Serial console for Azure VMs is generally available with new features and many bug fixes and improvements.
A new capability is in preview: automatic guest OS image updates in scale sets.
Azure App Service now allows developers to choose Linux, making web applications run on Linux natively.
The Azure Batch service has added Linux VM support.
Newly created HDInsight clusters will run on Windows Server 2012 R2, have .NET 4.5 available, and allow inbound connections to any executable on worker nodes.