Windows Server 2019 VM image is now GA on Azure.
You can now move existing Azure Database for MariaDB servers to either a new subscription or a new resource group in the same subscription.
Lsv2-series Azure Virtual Machines are now GA. This VMs use directly mapped local NVMe storage to achieve top of the class IOps. They’re especially suited for big data processing and in memory workloads.
Query store for Azure SQL DW is now GA.
This week I want to reference a post from Anders that anticipated an article I was preparing on how to report data stored in Log Analytics. The most common ways are through the View Designer and PowerBI, but there’s another hidden gem a few knows. You can use Application Insights workbook (report accelerators) to report on Log Analytics data. If you’re interested keep reading on Anders’ blog.
Azure Source Volume 67.
Microsoft System Center Management Pack for DNS 2016 version 10.0.9.2
System Center Management Pack for SharePoint Server 2019 version 16.0.11308.30000