20 Sep September 2021 Azure Updates – Week 3
Get the latest updates on Azure products and features to meet your cloud investment needs.
August updates include support for multitenant applications, UI enhancements, REST API refresh, and regional deployments.
New feature Multiple Private Endpoint for Workspace is now available in public preview in Azure Machine Learning
Use the latest Azure Cosmos DB Azure Functions extension version 4.0 based on the .NET SDK version 3.x, enabling authentication with AAD, built-in change feed processor support, and performance enhancements.
Sep 15 Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Hyperscale (Citus) supports PostgreSQL 11.13, 12.8, and 13.4 minor versions
Use PostgreSQL 11.13, 12.8, and 13.4 minor versions with Hyperscale (Citus) for Azure Database for PostgreSQL, a managed service running the open source Postgres database on Azure.
Sep 15 Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Hyperscale (Citus) support for Citus 10.1 is generally available
The support of Citus 10.1, with columnar storage and more, is now included in Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Hyperscale (Citus), a managed service running the open source Postgres database on Azure.
You can now provision Hyperscale (Citus) for Azure Database for PostgreSQL, a managed service using the open source Postgres database, in the Japan West region.
General availability enhancements and updates released for Azure SQL Managed Instance in mid-September 2021.
You can now execute just-in-time commands for AKS more easily.
You can now select if you would like your AKS nodes to be deleted or deallocated when scaled down.
You can now create custom policy definitions for your AKS clusters
Benefit from new features and enhancements in OpenShift release 4.8.
A new major version of the Cosmos DB extensions for Azure Functions is now available in public preview.
Now with Windows Server 2022 generally available, you can start using this agent to monitor your resources running the latest Windows operating systems
JetStream Disaster Recovery is now available on Azure VMware Solution in public preview, enabling DR protection needed for business and mission-critical applications. JetStream Disaster Recovery on Azure VMware Solution is also cost-effective, as it uses minimal resources at the DR site by leveraging cloud storage, such as Azure Blob Storage.
With this certification, U.S. government and public sector customers can now use Azure VMware Solution as a compliant FedRAMP cloud computing environment, ensuring it meets the demanding standards for security and information protection.
Get started today with Azure Virtual Desktop in Azure China cloud. Deploy and scale Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes.
Azure Stream Analytics is a fully managed, real-time analytics service designed to help you analyze and process fast moving streams of data that can be used to get insights, build reports, or trigger alerts and actions. The service is now available in 3 new regions.