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8/15/2019 Virtual Machines General Availability With general availability of Microsoft Azure Ultra Disks Storage today, we are delivering the next generation of our highly performant Azure Managed Disk, for data intensive workloads migrating to or running in the cloud. Azure Ultra Disk will help you get maximum extremely scalable performance and sub-millisecond latency for applications and databases like SAP HANA, Microsoft SQL Server, MongoDB, Cassandra, Oracle DB, Postgre SQL, NoSQL, MySQL and many more. Azure Ultra Disks will give you access to the best in class IOPS, throughput and latency in the cloud. You can now: Choose from a range of different disks sizes ranging from 4 GiB up to 64 TiB with granular increments Scale performance up to 160K IOPS and 2 GB/s per disk with zero downtime using our flexible innovative design Achieve the optimal performance you need per disk even at low storage capacities Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Storage Preview Features Announcing the preview of Geo Zone Redundant Storage in Azure. Geo Zone Redundant Storage provides a great balance of high performance, high availability, and disaster recovery and is beneficial when building highly available applications or services in Azure. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 CosmosDB Updated Features The Azure Cosmos DB team is announcing the general availability of version 3 of the Azure Cosmos DB .NET SDK, ​released in July. Thank you to all who gave feedback during our preview. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Service Fabric Updated Features Azure Serivce Fabric 6.5 second refresh release includes important feature announcements along with bug fixes, and performance enhancements. The updates for .NET SDK, Java SDK and Service Fabric runtimes is available through Web Platform Installer, NuGet packages and Maven repositories in 7-10 business days within all regions. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Service Fabric General Availability The deployment of Service Fabric applications as resources via Azure Resource Manager is now GA(Generally Available). This is the recommended method of deploying Service Fabric applications to an Azure based Service Fabric cluster. This update makes it possible to describe applications and services in JSON and deploy them in the same Resource Manager template as your cluster. The process of application registration, provisioning, and deployment can all happen in one step. This is the best practice to manage application life cycle in your cluster. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Power BI Embedded New Features The new and exciting Power BI Report Authoring SDK extension was added recently. This extension allows to programmatically create visuals, bind them to columns, measures, hierarchies, and personalize them by setting properties like axis visibility and titles. Installed custom visuals are supported as well! Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Power BI Embedded New Features Service principal allows you to access resources or perform operations using Power BI API without the need for a user to sign in or have a Power BI Pro license. Service principal can also embed content for non-Power BI users in 3rd party applications. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Power BI Embedded New Features A tool for automating load testing of Power BI Embedded capacities was released recently. This tool can help you understand how much user load your capacity can handle when used. It uses PowerShell to create automated load tests against your capacities, and lets you choose which reports to test and how many concurrent users to simulate. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Power BI Embedded Updated Features The following improvements were added recently: Embedding different reports into the same iframe, query caching for embedded reports. Link Link Details
8/14/2019 Power BI Embedded Updated Features Filters have new functionality and a new design. When you opt in to the new filter experience, you can format the Filters pane to look like the rest of the report. You can lock and even hide filters. Use the JavaScript SDK – Filters APIs, to define advanced filter pane capabilities. Link Link Details

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