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10/1/2019 HDInsight Retiring Features Azure HDInsight will deprecate G-series virtual machines (VMs) on October 31, 2019. After this date, you won't be able to create any new clusters using G-series VMs or to scale up clusters having G-series nodes. Please migrate your current workloads from G-series nodes to other VM types like Ev3-series and Dv2-series before October 31, 2019. Link Link Details
9/4/2019 Migrate New Features We are pleased to announce that Microsoft has acquired Movere, an innovative technology provider in the cloud migration space. Link Link Details
9/4/2019 SQL Database Preview Features Instance pools is a new managed instance option that provides a convenient and cost-effective way to migrate smaller instances to the cloud at scale, reducing or eliminating the extra work of consolidating less compute-intensive workloads. Use instance pools to pre-provision compute according to your requirements (for example, eight vCores), and migrate instances up to your pre-provisioned compute level (such as two 2-vCore and one 4-vCore instances). Instance pools will be available in the following compute sizes: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 64, and 80 vCores. The minimum instance size within the pool is two vCores, and during preview the option is only available to managed instance, general purpose service tier on Gen 5 hardware. Link Link Details
8/20/2019 Portal New Features We’d like to share a few of the exciting updates that improve the user experience this month: Azure Migrate is now a central hub to start, execute and track your migration journey Cross-tenant management is now supported in Azure Security Center New Azure Security Center recommendations Some Azure Security Center recommendations were removed Updates to Microsoft Intune Link Link Details
8/13/2019 Migrate Region Update Azure Migrate now supports Australia, Canada, India, and Japan as migration project geographies. This means that you can now store your discovered metadata in these geographies. In addition to these locations, Azure Migrate also supports storing the metadata in Asia Pacific, Europe, United Kingdom, and United States. Support for Azure Government is available with the previous version of Azure Migrate, and support in the new version will be enabled soon. Link Link Details
7/25/2019 Migrate Preview Features The integration of Azure Data Migration tools and Azure Database Migration Service with the Azure Migrate hub is now available in preview. This is a first step towards a unified Azure migration experience. In this release, Data Migration Assistant for database assessments and Data Migration Service is integrated with Azure Migrate. Doing so provides a single view of the server and database migration progress and offers details on the relative readiness of the servers and databases migrating to the cloud. Link Link Details
7/17/2019 Migrate New Features Migrating hundreds of SQL Server instances and thousands of databases to Azure SQL Database, our Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering, is a considerable task, and to streamline the process as much as possible, you need to feel confident about your relative readiness for migration. Being able to identify low-hanging fruit including the servers and databases that are fully ready or that require minimal effort to prepare for migration eases and accelerates your efforts. We are pleased to share that Azure database target readiness recommendations have been enabled. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Migrate New Features Migrate from on-premises or cloud implementations of MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB with minimal downtime by using Azure Database Migration Service. Perform resilient migrations of MongoDB data at scale and with high reliability. Provision an instance of Database Migration Service from the Azure portal or via Azure CLI and create a migration project. Link Link Details
7/11/2019 Migrate New Features Azure Migrate is now enhanced and can help you discover, assess, and migrate applications, infrastructure, and data from your on-premises environments to Azure. You can centrally track progress of your migration journey across multiple Microsoft and Independent Software Vendor (ISV) tools in Azure Migrate. This release includes the following functionality: Extensible approach with choice across Microsoft and popular ISV assessment and migration tools Integrated experience for discovery, assessment, and migration with end-to-end progress tracking for servers and databases Server Assessment and Server Migration for large-scale VMware, Hyper-V, and physical server migrations Database Assessment and Database Migration across various database targets including Azure SQL Database and Managed Instance Link Details
6/13/2019 SQL Database New Features Four vCore Azure SQL Database managed instances are now available on Gen5 hardware for the General Purpose and Business Critical Service tiers, providing customers a cost-effective way to migrate SQL applications with lower compute and memory requirements to Azure. Link Link Details

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