Full Text Search:

Created Service Type Note Context Reference
3/21/2019 Monitor Updated Features At the end of this month we are deploying some major changes to this service, these changes will improve performance and reliability, as well as allow us to make more improvements to the service in the future. These include reliability improvements, a new UI, changes in the IP addresses used for testing, and some regional updates. Link Link Details
3/21/2019 Kubernetes Service Region Update Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in India Central. It's the 19th Azure region to offer the service. Link Link Details
3/19/2019 Machine Learning New Features Azure Machine Learning service is the first major cloud ML service to support NVIDIA’s RAPIDS, a suite of software libraries for accelerating traditional machine learning pipelines with NVIDIA GPUs. Link Link Details
3/19/2019 DevOps Updated Features In the Sprint 149 Update of Azure DevOps, we added the ability to navigate to Azure Boards directly from mentions in a GitHub comment as well as adding support for Azure Boards within GitHub Enterprise. For Azure Pipelines we enabled a new feature on GitHub pull requests that lets you run optional checks by mentioning /azp in the comment. You can also require a comment on the pull request from repository contributor before the pipeline will run giving you the ability to review code from unknown users before building. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Container Registry Preview Features Customers can now limit registry access within an Azure Virtual Network (VNet), as well as whitelist IP addresses and ranges for on-premises services. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Virtual Machines Preview Features Today we are excited to open source the preview of the NVIDIA TensorRT execution provider in ONNX Runtime. With this release, we are taking another step towards open and interoperable AI by enabling developers to easily leverage industry-leading GPU acceleration regardless of their choice of framework. Developers can now tap into the power of TensorRT through ONNX Runtime to accelerate inferencing of ONNX models, which can be exported or converted from PyTorch, TensorFlow, and many other popular frameworks. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Trust Center General Availability Azure Government is the first commercial cloud service to be awarded an Information Impact Level 5 DoD Provisional Authorization by the Defense Information Systems Agency. This provisional authorization allows all US Department of Defense (DoD) customers to leverage Azure Government for the most sensitive controlled unclassified information (CUI), including CUI of National Security Systems. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Backup General Availability Azure Backup capabilities to backup SQL Servers running in Azure Virtual Machines is now generally available. This workload backup capability is built as an infrastructureless, pay-as-you-go service that uses native SQL backup and restore APIs to provide a comprehensive solution to backup SQL servers running in Azure IaaS VMs. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Kubernetes Service Preview Features AKS cluster autoscaling is now available in preview. This service enables you to scale more efficiently and run your applications without downtime. Based on the Kubernetes cluster autoscaler, AKS autoscaling automatically adds new instances to the Azure virtual machine scale set when more capacity is required and removes them when no longer needed. Combine it with the horizontal pod autoscaler to precisely tune the scaling behavior of your environment to match your workloads. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Database for Postgres Preview Features Azure Data Studio, our cross-platform data editor, now provides preview support for PostgreSQL. In addition, a Microsoft extension for PostgreSQL in Visual Studio Code is now also in preview. With these two releases, connect and modify your PostgreSQL databases, use IntelliSense and keyword completion to write queries, and browse database objects in a familiar object browsing experience. Use this new tooling with any PostgreSQL server hosted on-premises, on VMs, on managed Postgres in other clouds, and on Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Link Link Details

Previous Next