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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
2/8/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features 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 your 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
1/29/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features We are excited to announce public preview availability of Read Replicas for Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Link Link Details
1/24/2019 Database for Postgres New Features Access generally available functionality in the Azure Database Migration Service to migrate Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL to Azure Database for PostgreSQL while the source database remains online during migration. Link Link Details
1/23/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features You can now replicate data from a single Azure Database for PostgreSQL server (master) to up to five read-only servers (read replicas) within the same Azure region. This feature uses PostgreSQL's native asynchronous replication. Link Link Details
1/10/2019 Database for Postgres New Features Use Azure Database Migration Service to migrate PostgreSQL databases hosted on-premises, on a virtual machine, or on AWS RDS PostgreSQL, to Azure Database for PostgreSQL while the source database remains online during migration. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 Database for Postgres New Features We are extremely excited to share that the plv8 extension for PostgreSQL is now enabled in all generally available regions of Microsoft Azure Database for PostgreSQL. The plv8 extension was one of the highly requested UserVoice asks from our growing customer base and the PostgreSQL community. It is a popular community extension that unlocks new scenarios and possibilities, it also enables developers to write their functions in JavaScript which can be called from SQL. Link Link Details
10/4/2018 Database for Postgres Region Update Today, we are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL for Azure Government customers. With this GA milestone, government agencies and their partners have even more options as they work to advance their missions. These fully managed, government-ready database as a service offerings bring the community versions of MySQL and PostgreSQL to mission-critical government workloads with built-in high availability, a 99.99% availability SLA, elastic scaling for performance, and industry leading security and compliance. Building on the community edition of MySQL and PostgreSQL, lifting and shifting to the cloud is easier than ever, while maintaining full compatibility with your languages and frameworks of your choice. Link Link Details
10/4/2018 Database for Postgres Retiring Features With the general availability of the Azure Database for PostgreSQL service earlier this year, a new stable API version was released to allow customers to manage all aspects of the new vCore and storage model. The preview APIs do not support all aspects of the updated pricing model and will be retired by December 1, 2018. All customers who use the preview APIs must switch to the new API version by December 1, 2018. Any operations executed with the preview APIs will fail. If you are using an Azure Resource Manager template or a REST API, ensure that the API version is not marked with the suffix "-preview." Link Link Details
10/4/2018 Database for Postgres General Availability Customers can now move existing Azure Database for PostgreSQL servers to either a new subscription or a new resource group in the same subscription. This functionality provides customers with the flexibility to manage their PostgreSQL resources by using different resource groups and subscriptions. Learn more about how to move servers by using the Azure portal, Azure CLI, and REST API. Link Link Details

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