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8/21/2019 Blockchain Service Updated Features Work more efficiently with the updated Azure Blockchain Development Kit by using our new interactive debugger. While there are some great command line tools (for example, Truffle Debugger), these tools aren’t incorporated into integrated development environments (IDE) like Visual Studio Code. Native integration of the Truffle Debugger into Visual Studio Code bringsall the standard debugging features that developers have come to rely on like breakpoints, step in/over/out, call stacks, watch windows, and Intellisense pop ups that let developers quickly identify, debug, and resolve issues. Additionally, this brings all the major components of software development (build, debug, test, and deploy) for smart contracts into the popular Visual Studio Code developer environment. Visit the Visual Studio Marketplace to try these new features today. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 Site Recovery New Features Protect large data disks of up to 8 TB in size with Azure Site Recovery. This capability is available to all Azure Virtual Machines on managed disks, as well as all VMware and physical machines replicating to managed disks in Azure. This is applicable to A2A, V2A, and physical to Azure. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 IoT Central Preview Features With IoT Plug and Play Preview, solution developers can start using Azure IoT Central to build solutions that integrate seamlessly with IoT devices enabled with IoT Plug and Play. There’s also a new Azure Certified for IoT portal, for device partners interested in streamlining the device certification submission process and getting devices into the Azure IoT Device Catalog quickly. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 Storage Preview Features We are announcing 3 new feature enhancements for Block Blob and Archive Storage in public preview that make our service faster, simpler, and better. Priority retrieval from Azure Archive - High rehydrate-priority fulfills the need for emergency data rehydrate from archive, with retrievals for blobs of a few GB, typically taking less than one hour. Upload blob direct to access tier of choice – The PutBlob or PutBlockList API now allows you to upload your blob data directly to any access tier (hot, cool, or archive). This enables customers to write cold data from on-premise directly to Azure Archive, realizing their cost savings immediately. CopyBlob enhanced capabilities – The CopyBlob API is now able to support the archive access tier; allowing you to copy data into and out of the archive access tier within the same storage account. It also includes support for the above 2 features, Priority Retrieval and Direct to tier of choice. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 Storage Pricing Update As part of our commitment to provide the most cost-effective storage offering, we’re excited to share that we have dropped Azure Archive Storage prices by up to 50 percent in some regions. The new pricing is effective immediately. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 Storage New Features Now available is a set of APIs that primarily helps increase efficiency in copying data from any URL to Azure or inside Azure. The APIs include: Put Block From URL Put Page From URL Append Block From URL These APIs enable server-side synchronous copy of data from any URL source into either a block blob, page blob or as an append blob. 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
8/20/2019 Functions General Availability Python support for Azure Functions is now generally available and ready to host your production workloads across data science and machine learning, automated resource management, and more. You can now develop Python 3.6 apps to run on the cross-platform, open-source Functions 2.0 runtime. These can be published as code or Docker containers to a Linux-based serverless hosting platform in Azure. Link Link Details
8/20/2019 Functions General Availability A managed identity from Azure Active Directory allows your app to easily access other AAD-protected resources such as Azure Key Vault. App Service and Azure Functions have had generally available support for system-assigned identities, meaning identities that are tied to the lifecycle of the app resource. Now, you can also use user-assigned identities, which are modeled as their own resource and have an independent lifecycle. Link Link Details
8/20/2019 App Services General Availability A managed identity from Azure Active Directory allows your app to easily access other AAD-protected resources such as Azure Key Vault. App Service and Azure Functions have had generally available support for system-assigned identities, meaning identities that are tied to the lifecycle of the app resource. Now, you can also use user-assigned identities, which are modeled as their own resource and have an independent lifecycle. Link Link Details

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