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We are pleased to announce the 18.11 update to the Azure Sphere Operating System, Azure Sphere Security Service, and Visual Studio development environment.
Enhancements to NSG flow logs (version 2) are available in the West Central US region. They include per-flow throughput statistics.
Azure HDInsight is now available in China North 2.
Event Grid customers can now become their own event publishers using the preview of Event Domains. This offers the same technology that first-party services in Azure (such as Blob Storage) are using to publish their events so other services can take action on them.
The virtual assistant solution accelerator simplifies creation of your own assistant, enabling you to get started in minutes.
Deploy Azure Cognitive Services on-premises and on the edge with container support in Cognitive Services. Cognitive Services containers allow developers to use the same intelligent APIs that are available in Azure, but with the flexibility that comes with Docker containers.
New enhancements include Logo Detection in Custom Vision Service and Translation improvements.
On December 4, 2018, the Azure Bot Service will require all connections to be secured using transport layer security (TLS) 1.2.
The serverless Azure Service Fabric Mesh Fall refresh is under development and will be released soon with improvements such as auto-scale and network and gateway resources, in addition to storage improvements and fixes.
Azure Service Fabric runtime version 6.4 with the corresponding SDK and tooling updates is under development and will start rolling out soon with many enhancements including support for Windows Server 1803, low-latency storage improvements, and more.
Azure Functions runtime 2.0 is now available on IoT Edge.
Two new H-series (HB and HC) Azure Virtual Machines for High-Performance Computing (HPC) workloads now in preview.
With Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka, we’re bringing together two powerful distributed streaming platforms so you can access the breadth of Kafka ecosystem applications without having to manage servers or networks.
The Sprint 143 Update of Azure DevOps introduces a new work item text editor, draft pull requests in Azure Repos, and new features in Azure Artifacts.
Azure Kubernetes Service is now available in private preview in the China East 2 region, the first Azure China region for the service.
We’re rolling out changes to enable Network Watcher by default for subscriptions that contain a virtual network. This will simplify and improve your network troubleshooting experience.
Azure Advisor and Azure Monitor are configured by default for SQL Data Warehouse to automatically deliver you workload insights at no additional cost. We have now enhanced this experience.
SQL Data Warehouse now enables enhanced insights into analytical workloads by integrating directly with Azure Monitor diagnostic logs.