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6/19/2019 Virtual Network New Features Just-in-time (JIT) virtual machine (VM) access can now be used with Azure Firewall. Link Link Details
4/23/2019 Virtual Network Preview Features Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 Connectivity allows you to bring your private IPv6 space into Azure and enables connectivity over IPv6 within your Virtual Networks. This enables you to address IPv4 depletion, meet regulatory requirements and expand into the growing mobile and IoT markets with your Azure-based applications. Link Link Details
4/17/2019 Virtual Network General Availability Gateway Transit is supported for Global VNet Peering in all Azure public regions, Azure China regions, and Azure Government regions. Gateway Transit enables you to use a peered virtual network's gateway instead of creating a new gateway for connectivity. As you increase your workloads in Azure, you need to scale your networks across regions and virtual networks to keep up with the growth. VNet peering's Gateway Transit can help simplify your network architecture. Link Link Details
4/11/2019 Virtual Network Region Update Public preview for virtual network service endpoint policies for Azure Storage was expanded to four new US regions on March 25. The full list of regions is: Central US East US 2 North Central US South Central US West Central US West US 2 Link Link Details
3/5/2019 Virtual Network New Features oday we are excited to launch two new key capabilities to Azure Firewall. Threat intelligence based filtering Service tags filtering Azure Firewall is a cloud native firewall-as-a-service offering which enables customers to centrally govern all their traffic flows using a DevOps approach. The service supports both application (such as *.github.com), and network level filtering rules. It is highly available and auto scales as your traffic grows. Link Link Details
3/5/2019 Virtual Network New Features Global VNet Peering now supports Standard Load Balancer. Previously, resources in one virtual network could not communicate with the front-end IP address of an internal load balancer over a globally peered connection. The virtual networks needed to be in the same region. With this announcement, this is no longer the case. You can communicate with the internal IP address of a Standard Load Balancer instance across regions from resources deployed in a globally peered virtual network. This support is in all Azure regions, including Azure China and Azure Government regions. Link Link Details
3/5/2019 Virtual Network General Availability Global VNet Peering is now generally available in all Azure Government cloud regions. This means you can peer virtual networks across the Azure Government cloud regions. You cannot peer across Azure Government cloud and Azure public cloud regions. Link Link Details
2/4/2019 Virtual Network Region Update Global VNet Peering is now generally available in all Azure China cloud regions. This means you can peer virtual networks across the China cloud regions. You cannot peer across Azure China and Azure public cloud regions. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Virtual Network New Feature Virtual network peering is now available for virtual networks that belong to subscriptions in different Azure Active Directory tenants. Virtual network peering enables direct VM-to-VM connectivity across virtual machines deployed in different virtual networks using the Microsoft backbone. Link Details
9/24/2018 Virtual Network Preview Feature We are announcing preview of the first native distributed network TAP available in any public cloud. Azure Virtual Network TAP provides continuous mirroring of virtual machine network traffic to a packet collector without using agents. Link Link Details

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