New integrations in between Azure Policy and GitHub are now in public preview. Read More for the details.
With this certification, customers can now use Azure Databricks to process the U.S. government’s most sensitive, unclassified data in cloud computing environments, including data that involves the protection of life and financial assets. Read More for the details.
You can now leverage Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template to configure backup for Azure file shares. Read More for the details.
The new region is anticipated to include Microsoft Azure, with Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and Power Platform to follow. Read More for the details.
All premium shares get additional baseline and burst input/output per second (IOPS) at zero cost, providing better performance and lower cost of deployment. Read More for the details.
Connection monitor provides unified end-to-end connection monitoring capabilities for hybrid and Azure deployments. It brings together the best of Network Performance Monitor and Connection Monitor (classic). Read More for the details.
With this release, we’re announcing the public preview release of Delivery Plans 2.0 and other improvements. Read More for the details.
Azure Cloud Shell has been updated to use a new base image. This will provide updates to some of the most common tools and commands. Read More for the details.
Azure Data Factory (ADF) has made it easier to view and manage large, complex ETL patterns with new zoom controls for complex graph design. ADF has also added cached lookups to data flows for more efficient and faster design patterns. Read More for the details.