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7/13/2018 Database for MySQL New Feature Geo Restore is now generally available. Azure Database for MySQL servers are backed up periodically to enable Restore features. Using this feature, you may restore the server and all its databases to an earlier point-in-time, on a new server, making disaster recovery across regions even easier. Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Database for MySQL General Availability Azure Database for MySQL now supports Data-in Replication. Use this feature to synchronize data from a MySQL server running on-premises, in virtual machines, or database services outside Azure into Azure Database for MySQL. Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Database for MySQL New Feature Customers can now create and switch to the new memory optimized pricing tier, which is designed for high-performance database workloads that require in-memory performance for faster transaction processing and higher concurrency. With boundary scaling now available, customers can also scale across SKUs (General Purpose and Memory Optimized). Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Database for MySQL Preview Feature Customers can now migrate MySQL databases to Azure Database for MySQL with minimal downtime by using the Azure Database Migration Service (DMS). Use the Azure CLI to provision an instance of DMS to perform migrations from MySQL on-premises or on virtual machines to Azure Database for MySQL. Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Database for MySQL Preview Feature The virtual network service endpoints feature for Azure Database for MySQL is now available in Public Preview for all regions in which the service is available. Link Link Details
7/13/2018 Database for MySQL New Feature Customers can now create 4 TB servers or update existing server storage to 4 TB in Azure Database for MySQL when they select the General Purpose or Memory Optimized service tiers. With increased storage customers, also leverage up to 6000 IOPS. Link Details
6/29/2018 Database for MySQL General Availability Customers who use Azure Database for MySQL can now create 4-TB servers or update existing MySQL server storage to 4 TB when using the General Purpose or Memory Optimized pricing tier. Link Link Details
6/15/2018 Database for MySQL General Availability Azure Database for MySQL now supports these capabilities in all available regions: Scaling between hardware generations within services tiers Scaling between general-purpose and memory-optimized service tiers The ability to scale across service tiers gives you more flexibility in adjusting the resources available to your database server for dynamically changing workloads. Scaling between hardware generations enables you to take advantage of the newer hardware generation for servers previously created in the older hardware generation. Link Link Details
5/30/2018 Database for MySQL Preview Feature We're excited to announce the public preview of virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MySQL in all regions where the service is available. Link Link Details
5/27/2018 Database for MySQL General Availability Azure Database for MySQL now supports Data-in Replication. Use this feature to synchronize data from a MySQL server running on-premises, in virtual machines, or database services outside Azure into the Azure Database for MySQL service. Link Link Details

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