#Azure notable updates week 38/20

Let’s start with some fresh news from Azure Storage. Access time tracking for blobs is now in preview, it not only allows to know the last time a blob has been accessed, but also you can build your storage lifecycle policies using that property. As a side note, storage lifecycle has been extended to include […]

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#Azure notable updates week 37/20

Approaching Ignite things are getting quiet on Azure, nevertheless we have a few interesting releases and GAs. Azure Sentinel product group continues to add new connectors to simplify data ingestion, this week we have: Azure DDoS connector Microsoft Teams connector Azure Files will soon provide SMB multichannel putting it on par of a Windows Server […]

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#Azure notable updates weeks 35-36/20

Azure security Center released several new features during August, the most notable of witch is a new way to manage vulnerability assessment solutions. While ASC keeps its own solution it now supports third party solutions natively. Azure Monitor team has been very active in the past two weeks (while I was sunbathing in amazing Salento). […]

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#Azure notable updates week 34/20

You can now use Powershell in Azure Durable functions, this is another step towards the full use of Azure Functions in IT automation scenarios. You can also use Python with durable functions (apart from C# and JavaScript that are more suited to general serverless programming) Serverless offer for Azure Cosmos DB is in preview. In […]

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#Azure notable updates week 33/20

A new version of the Azure Monitor agent for Linux, formerly OMS Agent for Linux, has been released. You can read more here, I just want to highlight: support for RHEL 8 support for Azure Arc FIPS compliance Powershell 7 is finally supported in Azure Functions (GA). Azure backup announced a few new features this […]

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