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7/16/2019 Marketplace General Availability Azure Kinect DK is a developer kit with advanced artificial intelligence (AI) sensors for building sophisticated computer vision and speech models. Designed for versatility, it combines a best-in-class depth sensor and spatial microphone array with a video camera and orientation sensor, along with multiple modes, options, and SDKs. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Container Registry New Features With self-diagnostic health check support in the Azure CLI, you can now test the most common connectivity issues and get information about the health of the environment. For more information, see Azure Container Registry Health Check. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Container Registry New Features Container Registry Tasks can build and run a graph of containers in parallel or series. Tasks can build images, run validation tests integrating with your favorite CI/CD solution, or perform routine tasks such as purging old images. They can be triggered by git commits, or base image updates enabling OS and framework patching. To support automated jobs, such as auto-purging old images or automated testing, Container Registry Tasks now supports automated scheduling. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Virtual Machines Preview Features A proximity placement group is an Azure Virtual Machine logical grouping capability that you can use to decrease the inter-VM network latency associated with your applications. When the VMs are deployed within the same proximity placement group, the VMs are physically located as close as possible to each other. Proximity placement groups are particularly useful to address the requirements of latency-sensitive workloads. This new capability is now available in preview. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Data Lake Store Preview Features New functionality that will enable you to manage the same data using either Blob APIs or Data Lake Storage Gen2 APIs is now available in preview. Blob storage interoperability with Data Lake Storage Gen2 will bring features like snapshots, soft delete, data tiering, and logging that are standard in the Blob storage world to the filesystem world of Data Lake Storage Gen2. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Migrate New Features Migrate from on-premises or cloud implementations of MongoDB to Azure Cosmos DB with minimal downtime by using Azure Database Migration Service. Perform resilient migrations of MongoDB data at scale and with high reliability. Provision an instance of Database Migration Service from the Azure portal or via Azure CLI and create a migration project. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Database for MariaDB Preview Features Cross-region asynchronous replication is now in preview for Azure Database for MariaDB. Create up to five read-only replica servers for every master server to scale out and balance read-heavy workloads across replica servers and Azure regions. Take advantage of this feature to maintain business continuity in disaster recovery scenarios. Note that stopping replication to a read replica causes it to become a standalone server that accepts reads and writes. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 CosmosDB General Availability Azure Cosmos DB .NET V3 SDK incorporates performance improvements (including the new streaming API), a more intuitive, idiomatic programming model with developer-friendly APIs, and new change feed pull and push programming models. The SDK is fully open-sourced and .NET Standard 2.0 compatible, has a new namespace—Microsoft.Azure.Cosmos—as well as new names for database, container, and item resources. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 Lab Services New Features Use Azure DevTest Labs to configure a remote desktop gateway for your lab to ensure secure access to the virtual machines (VMs) without having to expose the RDP port. This approach is more secure because the user authenticates directly to the gateway machine or can use company credentials on a domain-joined gateway machine to connect to their machines. The lab also supports using token authentication to the gateway machine allowing users to connect to their lab virtual machines without having the RDP port exposed to the internet. Link Link Details
7/16/2019 CosmosDB General Availability Now generally available, the Azure Cosmos DB Java V3 SDK features include a new, more intuitive, idiomatic programming model with developer-friendly APIs, Reactor-based async programming model, and added support for Azure Cosmos DB direct TCP transport protocols to increase performance and availability. Use the Azure Cosmos DB Change Feed processor APIs, now directly integrated into the SDK, and begin using partition keys to scale previously non-partitioned containers. The SDK also has a new package name, azure-cosmos. Link Link Details

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