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The Weeks Top Links
Here are some of the most notable links from the week:
- SQL Server on Linux or in Docker plus cross-platform SQL Operations Studio by Scott Hanselman
- Introduction to Azure Maps – Geospatial and Location APIs by Chris Pietschmann
- Welcome Sharepoint 2019 Preview by Murat Odabasi
- Azure App Service now supports Java SE on Linux by Joaquin Vano
- Making Impact on Oil and Gas Industries – Microsoft Advance Analytics by Agarwal Gaurav
- Congratulations 2018 Imagine Cup Championship Teams! by Student Developer Evangelism Team
- How GDPR Impacts Your Certification Data by Lisa Weber
- Microsoft Exams Scheduled to Retire in Late 2018 by Chris Pietschmann
Azure Service Updates
Here’s a list of the Microsoft Azure Service Updates from over the past week:
- Azure DevTest Labs: Configure mandatory artifacts for your lab
- All Analytics custom logs are now grouped under the schema “Custom Logs” category
- Free course on the Log Analytics query language (KQL) now available
- Run signed runbooks in Azure Automation
- Accelerated and flexible restore points for Azure SQL Data Warehouse
- Name change: End of Dv2-series VMs promotion
- Public preview: Azure App Service support for Java SE on Linux
- Public preview: Metric alerts for logs
- Azure Security Center update July 22
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