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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
5/17/2019 Kubernetes Service Preview Features Today, we’re excited to announce the preview of Windows Server containers in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) for the latest versions, 1.13.5 and 1.14.0. With this, Windows Server containers can now be deployed and orchestrated in AKS enabling new paths to migrate and modernize Windows Server applications in Azure. 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
4/26/2019 Backup General Availability oday, we are pleased to announce the general availability support of the move functionality for recovery services vaults. With this feature you can migrate a vault between subscriptions and resource groups with a few steps, in minimal downtime and without any data-loss of old backups. You can move a Recovery Services vault and retain recovery points of protected virtual machines (VMs) to restore to any point in time later. Link Link Details
4/17/2019 Backup General Availability Today, we are pleased to announce the GA support for move functionality for recovery services vaults where you can migrate a vault between subscriptions and resource groups with a few steps, in minimal downtime and without any data-loss of old backups. You can move a vault and retain recovery points of protected VMs to restore to any point in time later. Link Link Details
4/11/2019 SQL Database Preview Features While using Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is a recommended practice for data tier solutions in the cloud, Azure SQL Database Managed Instance now offers a choice to configure the time zone to meet the needs of the existing applications. If your application stores date and time, invokes date and time functions, or schedules SQL Agent jobs with an implicit requirement for a specific time zone, you can now migrate to managed instance without any application changes. A list of supported time zones is regularly updated with the new time zone definitions and changes to the existing ones. The time zone of managed instance can be configured during the instance creation and cannot be modified once the instance has been created. Link Link Details
3/29/2019 Monitor Retiring Features As communicated earlier, classic alerts and related APIs for Azure Monitor will retire on June 30, 2019. We have enabled a tool on your subscription that you can use to automatically migrate your existing classic alert rules to the new platform. If you don't use the tool, Microsoft will automatically trigger the tool to migrate your classic alert rules starting in July 2019. Link Link Details
3/7/2019 Virtual Machines New Features On July 9, 2019, support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end. That means the end of regular security updates. Don't let your infrastructure and applications go unprotected. We can help you migrate to current versions for greater security, performance, and innovation, but if you need more time for your modernization project, you may want to purchase the new Extended Security Updates offer for your on-premises deployments of SQL Server 2008/R2. Link Link Details
2/8/2019 SQL Database New Features Users can now migrate Amazon RDS for SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance with minimal downtime by using generally available functionality in the Azure Database Migration Service. To learn more about how to use Azure Database Migration Service to perform online migrations from Amazon RDS for SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance with minimal downtime, read the associated tutorial in the Azure Database Migration Service Link Link Details
2/8/2019 CosmosDB Preview Features Migrate from on-premises or cloud implementations of MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB with minimal downtime by using the Azure Database Migration Service. Perform resilient migrations of MongoDB data at scale and with high reliability using Azure Database Migration Service. Provision an instance of Azure Database Migration Service from the Azure portal or via Azure CLI and create a migration project to perform the migration. Link Link Details

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