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4/19/2019 API Management Updated Features API Management now refreshes certificates from Azure Key Vault every 4 hours, instead of every 24 hours. We added a new authenticate-managed-identity policy that supports authenticating with an API back end by using the managed identity of the API Management service. We fixed an issue in Open API Specification v3 import that caused Null Reference Exceptions. Link Link Details
2/8/2019 Key Vault New Features We're pleased to announce the Key Vault Virtual Machine Extension. This new feature allows auto rotation of keys and certificates within VMs. Link Link Details
11/28/2018 App Services New Features Today, we’re announcing new security features which reduce the amount of code you need in order to work with identities and secrets under management. These include: Key Vault references for Application Settings (public preview) User-assigned managed identities (public preview) Managed identities for App Service on Linux/Web App for Containers (public preview) ClaimsPrincipal binding data for Azure Functions Support for Access-Control-Allow-Credentials in CORS config We’re also continuing to invest in Azure Security Center as a primary hub for security across your Azure resources, as it offers a fantastic way to catch and resolve configuration vulnerabilities, limit your exposure to threats, or detect attacks so you can respond to them. For example, you may think you've restricted all your apps to HTTPS-only, but Security Center will help you make absolutely sure. If you haven’t already, be sure to give it a try. Link Link Details
11/28/2018 App Services New Features Azure Functions triggers can now rely on Key Vault, allowing you to put more secrets under management. It was common practice to store keys, secrets, or passwords on the app setting in the Function App, or to programmatically retrieve those values from Key Vault from code. Now, use a reference to a Key Vault value from Functions app settings, which will be based on the ID and version of that value. This makes it easier to manage sensitive data, as it’s now centralized on Key Vault, and to build more secure applications using Functions. Link Link Details
11/28/2018 Key Vault New Features Azure Dedicated HSM enables you to keep full administrative and cryptographic control over the hardware security modules (HSMs) that process their encryption keys and meet compliance requirements for several industry standards and regulations (such as FIPS 140-2 Level 3, GDPR, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and eIDAS), while also meeting the demanding latency and throughput requirements for their applications. This service is targeted at scenarios that require direct HSM access such as migration or HSM-specific features. Link Link Details
10/15/2018 API Management Updated Features The latest update to Azure API Management includes the following bug fixes, changes, and new features: smoother upgrades of APIM, activity logs for incorrect key vault certs, enhanced API for listing reports by request, bug fixes in analytics, tracing and wildcard host names. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Databricks Preview Feature Azure Databricks comes built in with the ability to connect to Azure Data Lake Storage, Cosmos DB, SQL DW, Event Hubs, IoT Hubs, and several other services. We now have the ability to allow customers to store connection strings or secrets in the Azure Key Vault.Azure Key Vault can help you securely store and manage application secrets reducing the chances of accidental loss of security information by centralizing the storage of secrets.When using Key Vault with Azure Databricks to create secret scopes, data scientists and developers no longer need to store security information such as SAS tokens or connections strings in their notebooks. Access to a key vault requires proper authentication and authorization before a user can get access. Authentication establishes the identity of the user, while authorization determines the operations that they are allowed to perform. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Azure Stack General Availability We are excited to share that our syslog client is generally available now to support Syslog Information Event Management (SIEM) integration. In addition, we’ve worked with Qualys to provide vulnerability scanning reports and compliance with DISA STIG and other standards for the Azure Stack infrastructure. Backing up your application’s secrets on an external Hardware Secure Module (HSM) will soon be available via the Azure Stack marketplace solution CipherTrust Cloud Key Manager (CCKM) by Thales, which allows you to interface an HSM with your Key Vault running on Azure Stack. Link Link Details
9/5/2018 Key Vault General Availability Virtual network service endpoints are generally available for Azure Key Vault in all public Azure regions. Link Link Details
7/3/2018 Lab Services New Feature Three new features are now available in DTL for VM creation: auto VM name, auto user name and auto password (which stores to Azure Key Vault in the My Secrets blade). Link Link Details

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