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5/21/2019 HDInsight Preview Features We are excited to share the preview of the Autoscale feature for Azure HDInsight. This feature enables enterprises to become more productive and cost-efficient by automatically scaling clusters up or down based on the load or a customized schedule. Link Link Details
5/21/2019 Monitor Retiring Features The Azure log integration (AzLog) tool will be deprecated on June 15, 2019. The deprecation timeline had been announced a year earlier in June 2018. Link Link Details
5/20/2019 Security Center Updated Features Today, Azure Security Center is beginning roll out of a new Azure Linux analytics agent. This version significantly improves the onboarding of Linux VMs and servers to Security Center. When the agent rollout ends, the list of Linux versions supported by Azure Security Center will be in aligned with versions supported by the Azure Log Analytics agent. Link Link Details
5/20/2019 Virtual Machines Preview Features We are excited to announce the Public Preview of Generation 2 virtual machines on Azure. Generation 2 virtual machines use the new UEFI-based boot architecture vs. the BIOS-based architecture used by Generation 1 virtual machines. The new architecture enables customers to: Build large virtual machines (up to 12TB) Provision OS disks sizes that exceed 2TB, and Leverage advanced security capabilities like SecureBoot and Virtual Trusted Platform Module (vTPM) to secure their Virtual Machines. 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
5/17/2019 SQL Database Preview Features Optimizing compute resource allocation to achieve performance goals while controlling costs can be a challenging balance to strike especially for database workloads with complex usage patterns. To help address these challenges, we are pleased to announce the preview of Azure SQL Database serverless. SQL Database serverless (preview) is a new compute tier that optimizes price-performance and simplifies performance management for databases with intermittent and unpredictable usage. Line-of-business applications, dev/test databases, content management and e-commerce systems are just some examples across a range of applications that often fit the usage pattern ideal for SQL Database serverless. Link Link Details
5/17/2019 Marketplace Marketplace Update 22 new marketplace onboards happened this month including but not limited to: Corda, DataStax, BOSH, and more. Link Details
5/17/2019 Sphere Updated Features The Azure Sphere public preview 19.05 feature release is available today via the Retail Evaluation feed. The regular Retail OS feed will continue to deliver version 19.04; we plan to upgrade it to 19.05 in two weeks. Link Link Details
5/17/2019 Kubernetes Service Preview Features You can now use GitHub identity to login into the Azure DevOps portal. In addition, you can take your GitHub repo all the way to Kubernetes using a YAML based multistage pipeline. Link Link Details
5/16/2019 Backup New Features NSG service tag for Azure Backup, now available, aims to ease the process of running backups in an environment locked down using NSGs. With this, you now have the option to simply use the ‘AzureBackup’ tag to allow outbound access to Azure Backup for your workload (SQL server) agent running inside the VM, instead of managing whitelisting of required IPs. Link Link Details

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