Application security groups, service tags, and augmented security groups are currently in preview.
Load Balancer Standard is in preview. You can use it to create load-balanced deployments with greater scale, resiliency, and ease of use for virtual machine instances inside a virtual network.
Azure Load Balancer introduces a HA Ports, a capability that enables you to load balance internal virtual network traffic on all ports for all supported protocols.
We are announcing the public preview of Virtual network service endpoints.
Every virtual machine in Azure now supports at least two network interfaces.
Multiple IP addresses per network interface is generally available.
The ability to peer virtual networks created through different deployment models that exist in different subscriptions is in preview release.
Multiple IP addresses per NIC is in public preview.
The new Azure Marketplace experience will help you discover and deploy products, deep dive for more info, and get hands-on experience.
VNet peering is generally available.
Extend your application's reach with IPv6 for Azure virtual machines.
VNet Peering for Azure Virtual Network lets you directly link two virtual networks in the same region.
Announcing Azure Redis Cache support for Azure Resource Manager–based virtual networks in the Premium tier.
A new service is available for migrating IaaS resources from the classic to the Azure Resource Manager stack to leverage the power of the newer Resource Manager platform for all your existing deployments.
Easily deploy a large number of virtual machines by using Virtual Machine Scale Sets, now generally available at no additional cost!
Azure App Service supports V2 (Resource Manager) virtual networks. You can integrate your web, mobile, or API apps with your V1 or V2 virtual networks.
With Azure DevTest Labs, you can use your existing virtual network in a lab.
Use Audit, Alert event, and Health probe logs to manage and troubleshoot Azure Load Balancer.
You can now manage classic network security groups via the Azure portal.
Static Public IP address for virtual machines (VMs)