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Azure Roundup 5-3-22

Posted by Eric Rhoads on May 4, 2022 9:00:00 AM
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Microsoft releases frequent updates, features, and services to Azure. This is a roundup of the April releases KiZAN found most interesting. 


Generally Available

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Azure Automation: Diagnostic audit logs for Automation accounts.

Azure Backup: Azure Backup now supports vault-archive tier for Azure VMs.

Azure VM: Azure VMs increase storage throughput by up to 300%.

Azure SQL Database: Azure SQL Migration extension for Azure Data Studio.

Azure Network: Service tags support for user-defined routing.

Kubernetes: Group Managed Service Accounts security policy support on Windows.

Kubernetes: Node pool snapshot.

Azure Network: Bring your own IP ranges to Azure.


Public Preview

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Azure VM: Arm64-based Azure VMs can deliver up to 50% better price-performance

Azure Monitor: Azure Monitoring Agent supports custom and IIS logs

Azure Monitor: Recommended alert rules for virtual machines

Azure Monitor: Redesign of alerts summary (landing) page

Azure App Service: Azure Storage as share in Windows code in App Service

Azure Container App: Azure Container Apps built-in authentication

Posted by Eric Rhoads

Eric Rhoads is the Practice Lead over KiZAN’s Cloud Infrastructure and Applications team, and has 10+ years of experience as an IT consultant with a focus on driving cloud native and DevOps solutions. He has worked as an architect to allow our clients to design modern solutions in both the public and private cloud. Eric combines a deep understanding of Azure and Infrastructure as Code with his ITIL Service Operations certification and training to deliver good business processes and technical solutions. He has led several engagements with more than 12 subordinate consultants, showing that he can use his knowledge to scale and enable teams to work at a higher level.

Topics: Azure