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5/15/2019 Lab Services New Features We are excited to announce that Reserved instances discounts are now available for VMs and Azure SQL Database instances created in your Dev/Test offer subscriptions. Link Link Details
5/8/2019 Lab Services Updated Features In Azure Lab Services, we added the ability to provide address range of virtual machines for the labs. This is useful for scenarios where licensing servers for an application on the lab virtual machines only accept a specific range of IP addresses. Link Link Details
5/1/2019 Trust Center New Features Microsoft now has 67 services covered by the FedRAMP High Provisional Authorization to Operate (P-ATO) for Azure Government in the continental United States. New are Security Center, Advisor, DB for Mysql/Postgres, File Sync, Lab Services, Migrate, Policy, Flow, PowerApps. Link Link Details
4/3/2019 Lab Services New Features New features added this month include GPU sizes, on prem connectivity, image saving to the shared image gallery, registration link email support, and Linux RDP support. Link Link Details
2/28/2019 Lab Services General Availability Azure Lab Services is now generally available. With Azure Lab Services, you can set up on-demand access to preconfigured virtual machines. Users go to a single place to access all their VMs across multiple labs. Link Link Details
2/21/2019 Lab Services New Features Classroom labs in Azure Lab Services make it easy to set up labs by handling the creation and management of virtual machines and enabling the infrastructure to scale. Through our continuous enhancements to Azure Lab Services, we are proud share that the latest deployment now includes added support for class schedules. Link Link Details
2/8/2019 Lab Services New Features As a lab owner, you now have the option to configure all your lab virtual machines (VMs) to be created in a single resource group. This helps you avoid reaching resource-group limits on your Microsoft Azure subscription. Link Link Details
1/30/2019 Lab Services New Features Class schedules are now supported on classroom labs in Azure Lab Services. Teachers can easily create, edit, and delete class schedules for a lab. They can easily set up a class schedule to start students' VMs at the beginning of the class and shut them down at the end to only use what's needed. We support creating one-time and recurring class schedules. Usage during scheduled time is not counted against your quota. Link Link Details
10/3/2018 Lab Services New Feature Currently Azure Lab Services enables you to set up one template virtual machine in a lab and make a single copy available to each of your user. But if you are a professor teaching an IT class on how to set up firewalls or servers, you may need to provide each of your students with an environment in which multiple virtual machines can talk to each other over a network. Nested virtualization enables you to create a multi-VM environment inside a lab’s template virtual machine. Publishing the template will provide each user in the lab with a virtual machine set up with multiple VMs within it. Link Link Details
8/22/2018 Lab Services New Feature We are happy to announce that we are releasing a Public Repository of ARM templates for each lab that you can use to to create environments, without having to connect to an external GitHub source by yourself. The repository includes frequently used templates such as Azure Web Apps, Service Fabric Cluster and Dev SharePoint Farm environment. This feature is similar to the public repository of artifacts that is included today for every lab that you create. The environment repository will allow you to quickly get started with pre-authored environment templates with minimum input parameters to provide you with a smooth getting started experience for PaaS resources within labs. Note that we will keep adding more templates to this repository to simplify environment creation. We would also like to inform you that this will be an open source repository that you can contribute into, to add frequently used and helpful ARM templates of your own. To contribute, simply submit a pull request to the repository at the DevTest Labs GitHub Repo and we will review it. Link Link Details

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