For graphical runbooks in Azure Automation in the Preview portal, you can zoom the canvas to view runbook details or to get a higher level overview.
For graphical runbooks in Azure Automation in the Preview portal, you can search the library of activities during runbook authoring.
For graphical runbooks in Azure Automation in the Preview portal, you can configure an activity to retry until some conditions are met.
For graphical runbooks in Azure Automation in the Preview portal, you can enable activity-level tracing and set the amount of tracing you want.
Azure DevTest Labs is a service that helps developers and testers quickly create environments in Azure while minimizing waste and controlling cost.
The experience of entering runbook input parameters is improved in Azure Automation in the preview portal.
Azure Automation has added the ability for you to view runbooks in read-only mode.
Azure Stream Analytics has added a number of updates to address common business needs for Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
Azure Automation has added the ability to run runbook tests on hybrid runbook workers.
Access the context menu for tiles and remove tiles on blades or the start screen by using a menu that appears when you hover over a tile.
Azure Automation has added activity-level tracing to assist with testing and debugging graph runbooks.
You can refresh the list of resources available from Browse, view the full list of recent resources you've used, and create new resources by using the Add command.
We've introduced a new navigation bar that includes breadcrumbs, quick access to start customizing, and the user menu that shows which directory you've signed in to.
You can create empty resource groups from Browse > Resource groups via the Add command or by searching for "resource group" in the Marketplace.
Read about improvements for interactions in the Azure portal.
The new service health map in the Azure preview portal supports viewing health information only for the resources you have deployed to Azure data centers, which makes it easy for you to monitor and troubleshoot issues related to your applications running on Azure.
The Microsoft Azure preview portal supports cloud services.
Resource Manager templates provide a declarative way of describing a set of one or more resources and deploying them in a consistent, repeatable way. You can deploy custom templates directly from the preview portal.
Read about improved browser interactions for the Azure portal.
Azure Preview portal is now available in Czech, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Swedish, Turkish. If you have any translation suggestions, please let us know on the Feedback Forums.