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2/13/2018 Backup General Availability We are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of application consistent backup for Linux VMs running in Azure using Azure Backup. We did a preview of this feature last year and customers are already using this framework for various applications like Oracle, MySQL, Mongo DB, SAP HANA, and PostGreSQL. Link Link Details
2/13/2018 SDKs General Availability We’re pleased to announce that the Azure SDK for Go is now generally available to help developers build apps for Azure with Go. The SDK features support for connecting to data sources including Cosmos DB and Azure Storage, deploying Azure resources programmatically, authenticating users, and much more. Alongside the SDK update, we are also making the Azure Go Dev Center available on our docs. Link Link Details
2/13/2018 Data Lake Store Preview Features Providing a rich GUI for Azure Data Lake Storage resources management has been a top customer ask for a long time, we are thrilled to announce the public preview for supporting Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) in the Azure Storage Explorer (ASE). Link Link Details
2/13/2018 Redis Cache General Availability We are very happy to announce the general availability of geo-replication support for Azure Redis Cache. Redis Cache is Microsoft Azure’s Cache-as-a-Service offering, based on the popular open source Redis in-memory key-value store. With geo-replication support, Redis Cache joins a growing list of Azure services that enable developers and IT pros to build disaster recovery plans. This ensures the availability of mission-critical applications running on our cloud, even in the unlikely event of a widespread regional failure. In fact, customers can already design disaster resilient solutions on Azure, using Virtual Machines with Azure Site Recovery, Traffic Manager, and data services such as Cosmos DB, SQL Database, and now Redis Cache. Link Link Details
2/13/2018 IoT Hub New Features The Azure IoT SDKs now have a new Long-Term Support (LTS) Branch. While we develop our SDKs on public GitHub repositories and ship a new version every other week to give developers access to the latest and greatest features, we now also offer a branch that will only get critical bugs and security patches, starting in July 2017. Developers can now leverage the latest LTS version, release in January 2018, to develop clients that work with Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service. Link Details
2/12/2018 SQL Database Preview Features Here are the latest updates to the public preview of Azure Database Migration Service: Support for additional regions. You can now provision Azure Database Migration Service in the Southeast Asia and West India. Also, provisioning in a specific resource group, auto-pause functionality, and improved guidance on exceptions and failures. Link Link Details
2/9/2018 App Services Updated Features Monthly update to App Services has landed including refreshed UX for App Settings, MySQL in app data import, a new FAQ in blade and web apps on linux support for .net core 2 Link Details
2/8/2018 Virtual Machines Region Update Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) customers can now take advantage of the Azure M/V3/B-series of VM sizes available in the UK South region. We’re also excited to announce that Azure is the first hyperscale cloud provider to offer VMs optimized for large in-memory workloads such as SAP HANA in the UK. Link Link Details
2/8/2018 SQL Database General Availability Virtual Network Service Endpoints for Azure SQL Database is now generally available in all Azure regions. By using Virtual Network Service Endpoints, you can allow traffic only from selected virtual networks and subnets, creating a secure network boundary for your data. Traffic from your virtual network to the services will always remain on the Microsoft Azure network backbone. With the GA, we now support SQL service endpoints on the App Service Environment subnets. Link Link Details
2/7/2018 CosmosDB General Availability Azure Cosmos DB Graph API is the first cloud database to provide graph functionality over a globally distributed managed service. This has enabled users to explore new ways of consuming their data with the use of the Gremlin language while still benefitting from global distribution, elastic scalability in storage and throughput, guaranteed low latency, consistency models, and enterprise-ready SLAs of Azure Cosmos DB. In December, Azure Cosmos DB Graph API became generally available. This release includes several critical updates to the performance and latency, as well as expanding the application platforms that can be used with it. Link Link Details

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