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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
7/17/2018 Maps New Feature The following advanced features and batch services are available for Azure Maps. They support the needs of large-scale enterprises with high volumes of concurrent users and mission-critical applications, along with users who need advanced functionality. Batch Search Service, Batch Geocoding Service: Batch operations for large search query sets. Return Polygons for Area feature: The ability to fetch a polygon that corresponds to an administrative boundary for a geographic entity. Batch Routing Service: Batch operations for large routing query sets. Matrix Routing Service: Many-to-many batch operations for large routing query sets. Route Range: Isochrone service that calculates range of distance based on area, time, and energy. Link Link Details
7/2/2018 Search General Availability Today we are announcing the general availability of synonyms. Synonyms allow Azure Search to associate equivalent terms that implicitly expand the scope of a query, without the user having to provide the alternate terms. Link Link Details
6/29/2018 Search Preview Feature Today, we are happy to announce public preview support for autocomplete in Azure Search, one of our most requested features on UserVoice. Autocomplete, also called “type-ahead search”, can enhance the search experience by finding potential terms in the index that match the partial term being written by the user. Link Link Details
6/6/2018 Search Security Update We are excited to announce that Azure Search has been certified for several levels of compliance including: ISO 27001:2013 SOC 2 Type 2 GxP (21 CFR Part 11) HIPAA and the HITECH Act HITRUST PCI DSS Level 1 Australia IRAP Unclassified Link Link Details
6/5/2018 App Services Preview Feature We are happy to announce a new preview experience for setting up deployments to Azure App Service. Deployment Center is a centralized overview for all of the deployment options available to you. It also provides a guided experience to set up your deployments. With the new UX you can now search and filter through your repositories and branches making navigation through large code repositories easier. Link Link Details
5/8/2018 Search New Feature Today we are announcing Cognitive Search, an AI-first approach to content understanding. Cognitive Search is powered by Azure Search with built-in Cognitive Services. It pulls data from a variety of Azure data sources and applies a set of composable cognitive skills which extract knowledge. This knowledge is then organized and stored in a search index enabling new experiences for exploring the data. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Cognitive Services General Availability Bing Visual Search, a new service in general availability that lets you harness the capabilities of Bing Search to perform intelligent search by image capabilities, such as searching similar products for a given product (e.g. in retail scenario, wherein user would like to see products similar to the one being considered), identifying barcodes, text, celebrities and many more! We’re also announcing a preview by invite portal for intelligent Visual Search. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Cognitive Services New Feature Bing Custom Search updates including custom image search, custom autosuggest, specific statistics information, instance staging and sharing capabilities. Link Link Details
4/24/2018 Log Analytics Retiring Feature The Log Search API has been replaced with the Azure Log Analytics REST API. The REST API supports the new query language, as well as higher query limits in terms of the number of returned rows and payload size. The PowerShell cmdlet Get-AzureRmOperationalInsightsSearchResults has been replaced with the Invoke-LogAnalyticsQuery cmdlet, which also supports the new query language. The Log Search API will be deprecated during the week of April 30, 2018. Calls made to the Log Search API after its deprecation date will return a 410 error code, along with this message: "Log Search API is deprecated and has been replaced with the new Azure Log Analytics REST API." Link Link Details

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