Today, many organizations are leveraging digital transformation to deliver their applications and services in the cloud. At the recent Build 2019 conference, Microsoft Azure Quickstart Center was generally available and received positive feedback from customers.
This month is packed with updates on the Azure portal, including enhancements to the user experience, resource configuration, management tools and more.
We’re constantly working on user experience improvements in the Azure portal. Our goal is to offer you a productive and easy-to-use platform so you can build, manage, and monitor your service from a single pane of glass.
This month’s updates include improvements to IaaS, Azure Data Explorer, Security Center, Recovery Services, Role-Based Access Control, Support, and Intune.
Azure Monitor alerts provides rich alerting capabilities on a variety of telemetry such as metrics, logs, and activity logs. Over the past year, we have unified the alerting experience by providing a common consumption experience including UX and API for alerts.
This month’s updates includes Virtual Network Gateway overview page changes, new full-screen DNS Zone and Load Balancer create blades, management group integration with Activity Log, redesigned overview blades for certain services within Azure Database, multiple changes to the Security Center, and more updates to Intune.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL provides a fully managed, enterprise-ready community PostgreSQL database as a service. The PostgreSQL Community edition helps you easily migrate existing apps to the cloud or develop cloud-native applications using languages and frameworks of your choice.
This month we’re bringing you updates to several IaaS Compute resources, an improvement to the layout of essential properties on overview pages, enhancements to the experience on recovery services pages, and expansions of setting options in Intune.
Last year, we shared a great developer experience through Ansible in Azure Cloud Shell and Ansible extension in Visual Studio Code. Today we’re excited to be expanding our support of Ansible on Azure with the launch of a fully configured version in Azure Marketplace.
Today we are pleased to announce general availability (GA) of Azure Database for MariaDB. The Azure Database for MariaDB service offers an enterprise-ready, fully managed community version of MariaDB with easy lift-and-shift capability.