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6/18/2019 Database for MySQL Preview Features Azure Database for MySQL 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 MySQL Preview Features Azure Database for MySQL now provides preview support for Intelligent Performance, which includes three distinct features: query store, query performance insights, and performance recommendations. These features work together to provide you with the ability to better understand your workloads, identify bottlenecks, and visually inspect your workloads. Link Link Details
5/15/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL. 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. Link Link Details
5/15/2019 Database for MySQL Preview Features Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL. 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. Link Link Details
2/25/2019 Database for MySQL General Availability Azure Database for MySQL now supports continuous asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for MySQL server (master) to up to five Azure Database for MySQL servers (replicas) in the same region. This allows read-heavy workloads to scale beyond the capacity constraints of one Azure Database for MySQL server and to be balanced across replica servers according to users' preference. Replica servers are read-only except for writes 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
2/25/2019 Database for Postgres General Availability Microsoft’s open source database services, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, now provide users with the ability to scale up compute to 64 vCores in the general purpose pricing tiers and to 32 vCores in the memory optimized tiers. With the general availability release of this increase in compute, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL can support even larger workloads, helping you to better accommodate future growth. Link Link Details
2/25/2019 Database for MySQL General Availability Microsoft’s open source database services, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL, now provide users with the ability to scale up compute to 64 vCores in the general purpose pricing tiers and to 32 vCores in the memory optimized tiers. With the general availability release of this increase in compute, Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL can support even larger workloads, helping you to better accommodate future growth. Link Link Details
1/24/2019 Database for MySQL New Features Access generally available functionality in the Azure Database Migration Service to migrate Amazon RDS for MySQL to Azure Database for MySQL while the source database remains online during migration. Link Link Details
1/10/2019 Database for MySQL New Features Use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate MySQL databases hosted on-premises, on a virtual machine, or on AWS RDS MySQL, to Azure Database for MySQL while the source database remains online during migration. Link Link Details
12/12/2018 App Services Preview Features The experience of running Python apps on Azure App Service has been greatly improved. Previously, customers seeking to deploy Python on Azure could choose to run Python on Windows or on our Linux containers. Now, the built-in Python images for App Service for Linux (in preview) offer a far better and more comprehensive support for Python packages, as well as the ability to get started quickly without needing to use custom Docker containers. The new Python offering detects common Flask and Django application structures for hosting in gunicorn and works with common database drivers for MySQL and PostgreSQL. Link Link Details

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