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8/16/2018 Monitor New Feature We see Azure Monitor users are using both the Log Search page and the Analytics portal to accomplish their tasks. The Analytics portal offers advanced features, and we’re happy to announce it’s coming into Azure! This is another step on our journey to consolidate and unify all Log Analytics experiences under Azure Portal. Link Details
8/16/2018 HDInsight New Feature Apache Phoenix is an open source, massively parallel relational database layer built on HBase. Phoenix allows you to use SQL like queries over HBase. Phoenix uses JDBC drivers underneath to enable users to create, delete, alter SQL tables, indexes, views and sequences, upset rows individually and in bulk. Phoenix uses NOSQL native compilation rather than using MapReduce to compile queries, enabling the creation of low-latency applications on top of HBase. Apache Phoenix enables OLTP and operational analytics in Hadoop for low latency applications by combining the best of both worlds. In Azure HDInsight Apache Phoenix is delivered as a 1st class Open Source framework. Link Link Details
8/16/2018 Database for MySQL General Availability We're excited to announce the general availability of virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for MySQL in all regions where the service is available for General Purpose and Memory Optimized servers. Visit region expansion for service availability. Link Link Details
8/16/2018 Cost Management Updated Feature Last November, Microsoft announced a new version of the Power BI content pack for Azure Enterprise users called Microsoft Azure Consumption Insights. This content pack replaces the prior Microsoft Azure Enterprise content pack, which will be decommissioned by October 31, 2018. The latest Power BI content pack provides the ability to query on Azure usage and charges by any desired date range or billing period (up to 36 months). The latest APIs enable you to gain deeper insights into your usage and accurately monitor, predict, and optimize costs on Azure. We encourage you to migrate to the latest version prior to October 31, when the Microsoft Azure Enterprise content pack will be decommissioned. Link Link Details
8/16/2018 Azure Stack Updated Feature This afternoon we released the third update to Azure App Service on Azure Stack. This release updates the resource provider and brings the following key capabilities: Support for use of SQL Server Always On for Azure App Service Resource Provider databases. Updates to App Service Tenant, Admin, Functions portals and Kudu tools. Updates to ASP.Net Core, NodeJS, Zulu OpenJDK, Tomcat, PHP, Wincache and Git All other fixes and updates detailed in the App Service on Azure Stack Update Three Release Notes Link Link Details
8/16/2018 Database for Postgres General Availability We're excited to announce the general availability of virtual network service endpoints for Azure Database for PostgreSQL in all regions where the service is available for General Purpose and Memory Optimized servers. Visit region expansion for service availability. Link Link Details
8/16/2018 Resource Manager Updated Feature The Usage Detail API offers a daily breakdown of consumed quantities and estimated charges by enrollment, and the report includes information about instances, meters, and departments. The API can be queried by billing period or by specified start and end dates. In response to customer feedback requesting a comma-delimited (.csv) option for downloading and consuming usage and spend data, .csv support for the Usage Detail API is now available. You can download .csv files with Azure usage details and charges with the ability to filter by date range or billing period. Learn more about the new reporting APIs on the overview webpage or download the API Reports help file. Link Link Details
8/15/2018 API Management Updated Feature The APIM VSTS extension has been updated. The extension comes with the following features: Support of versioned APIs Support of API prefix Support of Versioning Schemes (segment, query string, HTTP header) Support of Product creation Support of Product and API policies, with many pre-defined templates which you can override as you need Resolving in-line or URL-based OpenAPI specification Ability to let the extension create an APIM layer on top of a function set with automatic mapping between functions and operations and the injection of each function's key through an operation policy. A security checker task validating that every backend endpoint is secured, should you use OAuth or any other authorization mechanism to protect your API endpoints. This task is not related to Azure API Management but relates to APIs in general. Link Link Details
8/15/2018 SQL Database Updated Feature We are pleased to announce the August 2018 release of the Azure Database Migration Service (DMS), which includes the following key updates. Virtual network (VNET) guidance for DMS service creation and SQL Server to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance migration updates. Link Link Details
8/15/2018 App Services Updated Feature The upcoming release of the Azure Functions Runtime 2.0 introduces some major improvements to the runtime, triggers, and bindings. However, some of these changes will cause breaks to existing apps deployed with the v2 runtime. Full details and a discussion are available on GitHub. To avoid impact, you can “pin” your function to the current v2 version, which will give you time to update, validate, and deploy the changes to your apps. Instructions on how to do that are included in the GitHub announcement linked above. The release will take some time to roll out globally and is scheduled to start on Friday, August 17. Link Link Details

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