Posts Tagged Azure

#Azure notable updates week 42/19

Azure backup adds support for managed disks up to 32TB. You can now keep Application Insights logs up to 730 days. 90 days of retention is still included in AI price, data kept longer will be billed at Log Analytics rates. Azure Monitor for VMs is about to face a major upgrade that can break […]

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#Azure notable updates week 41/19

Ignite 2019 is coming and things are getting quiet waiting for the big announcements to be made at the conference. Version 2019-10 (1.12.1-0) of OMS Agent for Linux, aka the Azure Monitor agent for Linux, has been released. Significant new features: Upgrade ruby to 2.6 / SSL support increased to 1.0.1+ Improved telemetry Syslog Unix […]

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#Azure notable updates week 40/19

Azure Data Share service has added support for snapshot-based sharing of Azure SQL Database and SQL Data Warehouse based data. Azure Data Share is a service aimed at sharing snapshots of your data with other organizations but can be used to share snapshots of your data between teams inside your organization without exposing the entire […]

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#Azure Sentinel the cheaper way to get it

Now that Azure Sentinel is generally available all the speculation on the pricing model has stopped: it is billed by data ingested. The billing is an addendum to the Azure Monitor Log Analytics fee and accounts for all the data ingested in the Sentinel enabled workspace. This has several implications in Azure Monitor Log analytics […]

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#Azure notable updates weeks 33-36/19

After a long vacation here we are trying to catch up what happened in Azure in the last month. Az powershell module version 2.6 has been released. Nothing terrific in this release, bug fixing and updates to support the latest feature set in Azure (VM Host, archive storage rehidrate, …) It’s now possible to configure […]

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