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7/9/2019 SDKs Preview Features Today we’re happy to share a new set of libraries for working with Azure Storage, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Key Vault, and Azure Event Hubs in Java, Python, JavaScript or TypeScript, and .NET. These libraries provide access to new service features, and represent the first step towards applying a new set of standards across the Azure SDKs that we believe will make the libraries easier to learn and integrate into your software. You can get these libraries today from your favorite package manager, and we would love to hear your feedback on GitHub. Link Link Details
6/18/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Azure Database for MariaDB now provides preview support for using audit logs to record database activity and events such as connections, queries, etc. These logs are integrated with Azure Monitor Diagnostic Logs to allow users to retain logs in Azure Storage, perform analysis with Azure Monitor Logs, and integrate with third-party tools via Event Hubs. Link Link Details
6/18/2019 Database for MySQL Preview Features Azure Database for MySQL now provides preview support for using audit logs to record database activity and events such as connections, queries, etc. These logs are integrated with Azure Monitor Diagnostic Logs to allow users to retain logs in Azure Storage, perform analysis with Azure Monitor Logs, and integrate with third-party tools via Event Hubs. Link Link Details
6/4/2019 Event Hubs Preview Features Today, we are excited to announce that Azure Event Hubs clusters can be easily created through the Azure portal or through the Azure Resource Manager as a self-serve experience (preview), and is instantly available with no further setup. Within your cluster, you can subsequently create and manage namespaces and event hubs per usual and ingest events with no throttling. Link Link Details
5/15/2019 Database for MariaDB New Features Azure Database for MariaDB users can now take advantage of generally available support for slow query log integration with Azure Monitor, which allows you to export your logs to Azure Monitor logs (previously named Log Analytics), Event Hubs, and Azure Storage. Use this integration to retain the logs for a longer period of time by storing them in Azure Storage, stream them to Event Hubs to be ingested by third-party services, or analyze them with Azure Monitor logs. Link Link Details
1/24/2019 Service Bus General Availability Availability Zones support is now generally available for Azure Service Bus premium and Azure Event Hubs standard in every Azure region that has zone redundant datacenters. Note that this feature won’t work with existing namespaces—you will need to provision new namespaces to use this feature. Link Link Details
1/21/2019 IoT Hub New Features We are happy to share that you can now export data to Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus in near real-time from your Azure IoT Central app! Previously, Continuous Data Export enabled exporting your IoT Central measurements, devices, and device templates data to your Azure Blob Storage account once every minute for cold path storage and analytics. Now you can export this data in near real-time to your Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus instances for analytics and monitoring. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 Event Hubs General Availability Virtual Networks and Firewall rules for both Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus are now generally available. This feature adds to the security and control you have over your cloud environments. Take advantage of the Azure backbone network to secure access to your premium Azure Service Bus namespaces and standard and dedicated Azure Event Hubs offerings on all public regions. Link Link Details
12/20/2018 Service Bus General Availability Virtual Networks and Firewall rules for both Azure Event Hubs and Azure Service Bus are now generally available. This feature adds to the security and control you have over your cloud environments. Take advantage of the Azure backbone network to secure access to your premium Azure Service Bus namespaces and standard and dedicated Azure Event Hubs offerings on all public regions. Link Link Details
11/7/2018 Event Hubs General Availability We are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka. With Azure Event Hubs for Apache Kafka, you get the best of both worlds—the ecosystem and tools of Kafka, along with Azure’s security and global scale. Link Link Details

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