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Microsoft Azure News - 2019 April

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Monthly Azure news roundup as delivered by Dan Toomey at the Brisbane Azure User Group meetup.

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Microsoft Azure News - 2019 April

  1. 1. @BrisbaneAzureUG meetup.com/Brisbane-Azure-User-Group
  2. 2. Microsoft Azure News April 2019
  3. 3. sponsorship
  4. 4. Upcoming Presentations Month Presenter(s) Topic December 2018 Various UNCONVENTION 2018.1 January 2019 Heinrich Braasch Low-and-slow Weber control from anywhere in the world using Azure IOT February 2019 Troy Hunt Clouds, Codes and Cybers March 2019 Ryan Davis How not to translate a videogame April 2019 Errol Leboydre SignalR as a Service May 2019 Adam Stephensen TBA June 2019 Dan Toomey ISE: Integration Service Environments July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 October 2019 November 2019 Got Topic? Send message on Meetup or email baug@outlook.com.au
  5. 5. Azure Function Premium Plan – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/announcing-the-azure-functions-premium-plan-for-enterprise-serverless-workloads/ • Can specify instance size • EP1 (210 ACU, 3.5GB RAM) • EP2 (420 ACU, 7GB RAM) • EP3 (840 ACU, 14GB RAM) • Can specify max/min number of instances • Can limit the scale out • Can pre-scale ahead • VNET connectivity • No need of an ASE! • Pre-warmed instances • Avoid the cold start!
  6. 6. Azure Search – New Storage Optimized service tiers – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-search-new-storage-optimized-service-tiers-available-in-public-preview/ Standard S1 Standard S2 Standard S3 Storage Optimized L1 Storage Optimized L2 Storage 25 GB/partition (max 300 GB documents per service) 100 GB/partition (max 1.2 TB documents per service) 200 GB/partition (max 2.4 TB documents per service) 1 TB/partition (max 12 TB documents per service) 2 TB/partition (max 24 TB documents per service) Max indexes per service 50 200 200 or 1000/partition in high density2 mode 10 10 Scale out limits Up to 36 units per service (max 12 partitions; max 12 replicas) Up to 36 units per service (max 12 partitions; max 12 replicas) Up to 36 units per service (max 12 partitions; max 12 replicas) up to 12 replicas in high density2 mode Up to 36 units per service (max 12 partitions; max 12 replicas) Up to 36 units per service (max 12 partitions; max 12 replicas) • New L-Series storage tiers with significantly more storage I/O bandwidth and memory • Can support much large indexes overall (up to 24 TB total on a fully scaled out L2) for applications
  7. 7. Data Discovery & Classification for Azure SQL Data Warehouse – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/announcing-public-preview-of-data-discovery-classification-for-microsoft-azure-sql-data-warehouse/ Auto-discovery and recommendations – Underlying classification engine automatically scans your data warehouse and identifies columns containing potentially sensitive data. It also provides you an easy way to review and apply appropriate classification recommendations through the Azure portal. Classification/Labeling – Sensitivity classification labels tagged on the columns can be persisted in the data warehouse itself. Reporting – Data classification can be centrally viewed on a dashboard in the Azure portal. In addition, you can download a report in Microsoft Excel format for compliance and auditing purposes. Monitoring/Auditing – Auditing has been enhanced to log sensitivity classifications or labels of the actual data that were returned by the query. This would enable you to gain insights on who is accessing sensitive data.
  8. 8. Azure Front Door Service is now GA https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-front-door-service-is-now-generally-available/ Application and API acceleration with anycast and using Microsoft’s massive private global network to directly connect to your Azure deployed backends means your app runs with lower latency and higher throughput to your end users. Global HTTP load balancing enables you to build your application resiliently across regions, fail- over instantly and offer your users an “always-on” web site availability experience either at a domain or microservice (URL path) level. SSL offload at a massive scale enables you to maintain security and scale to a rapidly growing or expanding user base, all while reducing latency. WAF @ Edge offering application security against DDoS attacks or malicious users at the edge providing protection at scale without sacrificing on performance.
  9. 9. Azure Backup for SQL Server IaaS (GA) • Enterprise scale, zero-infrastructure solution • Centrally manage & monitor backups on standalone SQL instances and Always On Availability Groups https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-backup-for-sql-server-in-azure-virtual-machines-now-generally-available/
  10. 10. Windows Server 2019 Container support in App Service Plan – (Preview) https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/windows-server-2019-support-now-available-for-windows-containers-on-azure-app-service/ • Reduced container size enables running more applications/slots within your App Service Plan • Windows Server Core 2019 LTSC : 4.28 GB vs Windows Server Core 2016 LTSC : 11GB • Decrease of 61 percent in image size! • Faster startup time for your application because the container images will be smaller • Faster app startup times with new, cache-based images • Available in West US, East US, West Europe, North Europe, East Asia, and East Australia regions
  11. 11. Premium Blob Storage is now GA https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/azure-premium-block-blob-storage-is-now-generally-available/ Premium Blob Storage is available with Locally-Redundant Storage (LRS) and comes with High-Throughput Block Blobs (HTBB), which provides very high and instantaneous write throughput when ingesting block blobs larger than 256KB.
  12. 12. Larger Managed Disks for Azure VMs https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/larger-more-powerful-managed-disks-for-azure-virtual-machines/ Premium SSD Disks: Standard SSD Disks:
  13. 13. 1st Azure Blueprint: ISO 27001 Shared Svcs https://azure.microsoft.com/en-au/blog/simplifying-your-environment-setup-while-meeting-compliance-needs-with-built-in-azure-blueprints/ • Free service that helps customers deploy and update cloud environments in a repeatable manner using • composable artifacts such as policies, deployment templates, and role-based access controls. • Helps you deploy production ready, secure end-to-end solutions in one click
  14. 14. Migrate to Service Bus Premium https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/unlock-dedicated-resources-and-enterprise-features-by-migrating-to-service-bus-premium/ Built-in tool makes it easy to migrate to Premium Tier with minimal downtime and no configuration changes required on the sender and receiver applications
  15. 15. Global Azure Bootcamp! http://brisbane.azurebootcamp.net/
  16. 16. Integration Down Under http://www.integrationdownunder.com/ 11 April 2019 Meeting Dan Toomey, Microsoft Azure MVP Building Event-Driven Integration Architectures with Azure Event Grid
  17. 17. INTEGRATE 2019 https://www.biztalk360.com/integrate-2019/
  18. 18. Azure Australia Slack Team! http://bit.ly/az-aus-slack
  19. 19. BAUG You-Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXXg1EGqKoX4Gg9g9_KSgtw/videos PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!
  20. 20. BAUG You-Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXXg1EGqKoX4Gg9g9_KSgtw/videos PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!
  21. 21. On Demand Training - Updates mva.microsoft.com •Dev/Test in the Cloud •Getting Started with the Internet of Things (IoT) www.pluralsight.com •Designing a Hybrid Cloud in Azure •Docker for Web Developers •Azure AD for Developers www.opsgility.com •Azure For AWS Experts •Deploying Hybrid Identitity Solutions Using Azure AD •Monitoring Apps with Application Insights
  22. 22. SignalR as a Service Errol is the principle of the successful company WyldLynx, which is based in Brisbane Australia and specializes in the delivery of IM services and solutions to the SME and Government markets. Before starting WyldLynx Errol had over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry with various management, solution architecture, development and consultation roles. Errol Leboydre