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6/13/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features Azure Database for PostgreSQL now provides preview support for the latest major version of PostgreSQL, version 11. Major enhancements in PostgreSQL 11 include a variety of improvements associated with partitioning, parallelism, stored procedures, Windows function support, and covering indexes, as well as several other performance enhancements. 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 Postgres New Features Now available to the public, the orafce extension is supported on Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Orafce is a popular extension designed to enhance Postgres with additional functions and operators. This extension can be helpful if you’re migrating from other databases to Postgres. The orafce extension is available today for all regions in which Azure Database for PostgreSQL is generally available. Link Link Details
5/6/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale is now in preview. This brings high-performance scaling to PostgreSQL database workloads by horizontally scaling a single database across hundreds of nodes to deliver blazingly fast performance and scale. Link Link Details
4/19/2019 Database for Postgres General Availability Azure Database for PostgreSQL now supports asynchronous replication of data from one Azure Database for PostgreSQL server (the ‘master’) to up to five Azure Database for PostgreSQL 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. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features Azure Data Studio, our cross-platform data editor, now provides preview support for PostgreSQL. In addition, a Microsoft extension for PostgreSQL in Visual Studio Code is now also in preview. With these two releases, connect and modify your PostgreSQL databases, use IntelliSense and keyword completion to write queries, and browse database objects in a familiar object browsing experience. Use this new tooling with any PostgreSQL server hosted on-premises, on VMs, on managed Postgres in other clouds, and on Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Database for Postgres New Features Microsoft has established a partnership with Timescale that introduces support for TimescaleDB in Azure Database for PostgreSQL. With the TimescaleDB extension, you can continue to use PostgreSQL while using TimescaleDB to scale for time-series workloads. Enabling the TimescaleDB extension on your new or existing Azure Database for PostgreSQL server will eliminate the need to run two databases to collect their relational and time-series data. Link Link Details
2/25/2019 Database for Postgres New Features Azure Database for PostgreSQL users can now take advantage of the Hasura GraphQL Engine, a lightweight, high performance, open source product that instantly provides a real time GraphQL API on a Postgres database. With the GraphQL engine’s admin UI, users can explore their GraphQL APIs and manage their database schemas and data. In addition, the GraphQL engine also allows users to write custom resolvers with schema-stitching and to integrate serverless functions or microservice APIs that get triggered on database events. 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
2/21/2019 Database for Postgres New Features You can now take advantage of the Hasura GraphQL Engine, a lightweight, high performance open-source product that can instantly provide a real time GraphQL API on a Postgres database. Link Link Details

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