Archive for category Azure

#Azure notable updates week 12/20

Connection monitor is the final answer to network connectivity monitor, it bring together Network Watcher connection monitor and NPN Service Connectivity monitor and promises to monitor cross cloud and cross premises connection links. The new solution is currently in preview and obviously is integrated in Azure Monitor. Speaking of, Azure Monitor for VMs enters GA […]

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#Azure notable updates week 11/20

In the latest “The Forrest New Wave” Microsoft is in the leader wave together with Amazon for Functions-as-a-Service platforms, Azure Functions are growing fast. Azure analysis Services extend memory governance to MDX queries, thus giving complete control over resource intensive queries. I don’t know if this is really a news, but just in case you […]

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#Azure notable updates week 10/20

Powershell 7.0 is finally GA, this is a great step forward and the new baseline for any powershell developmemnt. Unfortunately Azure Automation is not supporting this, but we’re all looking toward an Azure Functions migration path. With the GA the team notably removed the msix package type for windows Azure Database for MariaDB, MySQL and […]

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#Azure noteble updates week 9/20

Azure Security Center is extending fileless attack detection for Linux, in addition to Windows. You can signup for the preview here. In a releted news Microsoft announced the public preview of Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux. Azure Virtual Network service endpoint policies enable you to prevent unauthorized access to Azure Storage accounts from your virtual […]

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#Azure notable updates week 8/20

The big news of the week is Azure Private Link is finally GA. Azure App configuration is GA. For those who don’t know this developers oriented service, it allows to centrally manage app configurations. Azure Virtual Network introduces NAT in preview, this simplifies how vnet connected VMs access the public Internet (outbound traffic). Every subnet […]

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