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8/21/2019 Database for MariaDB New Features Azure Database for MariaDB now supports asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for MariaDB server (the ‘master’) to up to five Azure Database for MariaDB servers (the ‘replicas’) in the same region. This allows read-heavy workloads to scale out and be balanced across replica servers according to users' preferences. Replica servers are read-only; any writes are those replicated from data changes on the master. Stopping replication to a replica server causes it to become a standalone server that accepts reads and writes. Link Link Details
8/5/2019 Marketplace Marketplace Update New Relic now provides an integration for three more Azure services—Azure Database for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB. If you’re using New Relic as a monitoring solution, you can now use it to monitor these Azure services and your applications. It brings together data from servers, containers, databases, and third-party services to make your stack entirely observable. This service enables developer and operations teams to work collaboratively to avoid downtime, resolve performance problems, and ensure that development and deployment cycles finish on time. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MariaDB. Create up to five read-only replica servers for every master server to scale out and balance read-heavy workloads across replica servers and Azure regions. Take advantage of this feature to maintain business continuity in disaster recovery scenarios. Note that stopping replication to a read replica causes it to become a standalone server that accepts reads and writes. Link Link Details
7/3/2019 Database for MariaDB Region Update Azure Database for MariaDB now available in South Africa regions Link Link Details
6/27/2019 Database for MariaDB General Availability We’re excited to announce that Azure Database for MariaDB users can opt-in to storage auto-grow, which is now generally available. Link Link Details
6/18/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Azure Database for MariaDB now provides preview support for using audit logs to record database activity and events such as connections, queries, etc. These logs are integrated with Azure Monitor Diagnostic Logs to allow users to retain logs in Azure Storage, perform analysis with Azure Monitor Logs, and integrate with third-party tools via Event Hubs. Link Link Details
6/13/2019 Database for MariaDB Updated Features Azure Database for MariaDB support for MariaDB server version 10.3 is now available to the public. Features include temporal data processing and Oracle compatibility, as well as enhancements to compatibility, compression, encryption, and performance. Take advantage of this new engine version and the features introduced by creating a new Azure Database for MariaDB server and selecting version 10.3. Link Link Details
6/13/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Azure Database for MariaDB now provides preview support for Intelligent Performance, which includes query store, query performance Insights, and performance recommendations. This set of features provides the ability to better understand your workloads, identify bottlenecks, and visually inspect your workloads. Link Link Details
6/13/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Azure Database for MariaDB now provides preview support for asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for MariaDB server (the ‘master’) to up to five Azure Database for MariaDB servers (the ‘replicas’) in the same region. Link Link Details
5/15/2019 Database for MariaDB New Features Azure Database for MariaDB users can now take advantage of generally available support for slow query log integration with Azure Monitor, which allows you to export your logs to Azure Monitor logs (previously named Log Analytics), Event Hubs, and Azure Storage. Use this integration to retain the logs for a longer period of time by storing them in Azure Storage, stream them to Event Hubs to be ingested by third-party services, or analyze them with Azure Monitor logs. Link Link Details

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