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8/14/2018 IoT Edge Updated Feature Azure IoT Edge for VS Code 1.2.0 has been released. Updates include using the IoT Edge simulator without deploying to a device, log watching and attach for debug improvements. Link Link Details
8/14/2018 Marketplace Marketplace Update Azure Marketplace updates for July have landed. They include (but not limited to) resources from Dell, Bloombase, BlueCat, Radiant Logic, and more! Link Details
8/14/2018 Load Balancer New Feature The Azure portal now has built-in support to add HTTPS probes to standard load balancers. You can configure these probes to get health status from specific paths and ports, the interval between attempts, and the unhealthy threshold. For more information, see the Load balancer health probes documentation. Link Link Details
8/14/2018 Migrate New Feature You can accelerate your cloud migration using intelligent migration assessment services like Azure Migrate. Azure Migrate is a generally available service, offered at no additional charge, that helps you plan your migration to Azure. Azure Migrate discovers servers in your on-premises environment and assesses each discovered server’s readiness to run as an IaaS VM in Azure. In addition to Azure readiness, it helps you identify the right VM size in Azure after considering the utilization history of the on-premises VM. Azure Migrate also provides cost analysis for running the on-premises VMs in Azure. Additionally, if you have legacy applications, identifying the servers that constitute your application can become very complex. Azure Migrate helps you visualize dependencies of your on-premises VMs, so you can create high-confidence move groups and ensure that you are not leaving anything behind when you are moving to Azure. Link Link Details
8/13/2018 Azure Stack New Feature We are excited to share a new capability we are bringing to Azure Stack to further enhance the security posture and simplify network integration for our customers. Today, each Azure Service on Azure Stack adds functionality to the portal for its portal experience via a module called, a portal extension. Each of these portal extensions uses a separate network port. As the number of Azure services increases, so do the number of ports that must be opened on a firewall that supports Azure Stack. Our customers told us we need to improve this this posture, and we’ve listened. We’re bringing the Extension Host solution to Azure Stack so only one port (443) is required to be opened. This solution is already available on Azure, allowing all requests to be funneled through one port, reducing the ports that need to be opened on the firewall, and allowing customers to communicate with these end points via proxy servers. Link Link Details
8/13/2018 Azure Stack Region Update Today, we’re announcing that Microsoft Azure Stack is now available to order for Azure Government customers. It was just a few months ago we shared our plans to integrate Azure Stack with our government-only cloud offering so agencies can benefit from a truly consistent hybrid cloud approach across identity, subscription, registration, billing, backup and disaster recovery solutions, and the Azure Marketplace. Link Link Details
8/9/2018 Sphere Documentation Update Just this week, we saw the release of Azure Sphere documentation, which covers a range of topics from architecture (an example is included in this blog post), key concepts, developing applications, and deploying those applications over-the-air to devices in the field. Also included is a QuickStart guide, tutorials and a selection of best practices – all of which will help you rapidly get up and running with your dev kits. We thank you for your patience, we expect devkits to begin reaching you in the coming weeks. Link Link Details
8/9/2018 Data Factory New Feature GitHub is a development platform that allows you to host and review code, manage projects and build software alongside millions of other developers from open source to business. Azure Data Factory (ADF) is a managed data integration service in Azure that allows you to iteratively build, orchestrate, and monitor your Extract Transform Load (ETL) workflows. You can now integrate your Azure Data Factory with GitHub. The ADF visual authoring integration with GitHub allows you to collaborate with other developers, do source control, versioning of your data factory assets (pipelines, datasets, linked services, triggers, and more). Simply click ‘Set up Code Repository’ and select ‘GitHub’ from the Repository Type dropdown to get started. Link Link Details
8/9/2018 CDN New Feature Today we're happy to announce eight additional point-of presence (POP) locations also adding three new countries to our global coverage. The new locations online and available: North America Seattle, WA, USA Las Vegas, NV, USA Houston, TX, USA Europe Budapest, Hungary Barcelona, Spain Warsaw, Poland India New Delhi, India Asia Busan, South Korea Link Link Details
8/9/2018 CosmosDB Preview Feature The Azure Cosmos DB team is excited to announce version 2.0 RC of the JavaScript SDK for SQL API, now in public preview! Link Link Details

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