Do you find it difficult to keep up-to-date on the frequent updates and changes in the Microsoft Azure cloud? If so, Build Azure Weekly is the solution you’ve been looking for! Build Azure Weekly is a weekly newsletter that includes all the latest Microsoft Azure Service Updates from the week in addition to links to many other blog articles, podcasts and videos from all over the Internet.
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Here are some of the most notable links from the week:
- How to check if Azure App Service is on 2016, what version of IIS by Benjamin Perkins
- Azure Application Architecture Guide by Mike Wasson
- Free eBook – The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure now available by Michael Crump
- Virtual Desktop Infrastructure on Azure Government by Steve Michelotti
- Azure Tips and Tricks Part 64 – Using a different route prefix with Azure Functions by Michael Crump
- Connect your applications to Azure with Open Service Broker for Azure by Sean McKenna
- Music Generation with Azure Machine Learning by Erika Menezes
- Guest Blog | Zero to App in 20 Minutes: Build Your First Chat App with Microsoft Azure, Visual Studio App Center, and Rapid by David Drobik
- Don’t build your cloud home on shaky foundations by Alvaro Vitta
- Announcing the general availability of B-Series and M-Series by Corey Sanders
- Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service is generally available by Nicole Berdy
- Microsoft IoT Central delivers low-code way to build IoT solutions fast by Marcello Majonchi
- Announcing the Lv2-Series VMs powered by the AMD EPYC™ processor by Corey Sanders
Here’s a list of the Microsoft Azure Service Updates from over the past week:
- GUID migration: Azure Redis Cache US Government
- Azure SQL Data Warehouse: Support for SQL Operations Studio
- Azure portal update for classic portal users
- ClearDB pricing plans for MySQL discontinued from December 5
- Automation runbooks available in action groups to take actions from alerts
- Media Services SDKs for Java and PHP support Azure Active Directory Authentication
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