CTT Big4 News Azure Recently #MS015

CTT Big4 News Azure Recently #MS015

Azure Recently

Hello Friends, welcome to CTT News – Big4 Recently

AWS, IBM, Google & Azure – the Big4 Cloud Service providers are improving and introducing very frequently and it is hard to keep up to date ourselves without single source of information. Hence, in this series, we intend to address most important recent news of Big4 Cloud Platforms. You may save your valuable time by not searching recent updates of these cloud platforms from different individual websites. We hope, you will find this series interesting. Please visit specific Cloud provider news that you are interested in as following.

In this article, we will explore latest Azure Recently. So, lets jump on the updates.

PHP minor version update for November 2018

In November 2018, Azure App Service will update the PHP stacks to the latest available versions. For information on the changes in the new versions, please see the change logs on the PHP website.


Azure SQL Database Managed Instance name change and GUID migration

Region names and resource GUIDs for Managed Instance General Purpose SQL Licence were changed on 27th September 2018. The changes happened automatically. They affected only region names and resource GUIDs and did not affect pricing or how your Managed Instance General Purpose SQL Licence operates. If you have any billing routines that rely on region names or resource GUIDs, you will need to modify them.

Public preview: Azure Database for MariaDB

The Azure Database for MariaDB service is now available in preview. It offers an enterprise-ready, fully managed database service that uses the community edition of MariaDB.

The service features open-source compatibility, built-in high availability, dynamic scaling and flexible pricing. Customers can lift and shift to the cloud and use languages and frameworks of their choice, leveraging the power of MariaDB running on Azure.

General availability: Move PostgreSQL servers to new resource groups and subscriptions

Customers can now move existing Azure Database for PostgreSQL servers to either a new subscription or a new resource group in the same subscription. This functionality provides customers with the flexibility to manage their PostgreSQL resources by using different resource groups and subscriptions. Learn more about how to move servers by using the Azure portalAzure CLI, and REST API.

Author: Debashree

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