Azure Serverless Monthly
Your Serverless digest!
Azure Serverless Monthly is a quick read version that includes all the latest Microsoft Azure Serverless Updates like blog articles, podcasts and videos from Microsoft Azure and the rich ecosystem built around this community.
It is aimed at Developer, Architect working in your Enterprise Application Integration projects involving Azure Serverless components trying to keep on top of the latest Azure serverless developments.
Microsoft Announcement and updates
Microsoft Azure team publishes various blogs, updates and product announcements. Here we compile all the serverless related content from Azure.Microsoft.com to help make it easier for you to view the articles you are interested in reading.
Azure API Management update—December 2019
Posted on 04 December, 2019
A regular Azure API Management service update was started on 4th December 2019, which included the following new features, bug fixes and changes, along with other improvements. [Read More]
Azure API Management Consumption tier is now available in 13 new regions
Posted on 05 December, 2019
Azure API Management Consumption tier is now available in 13 more regions (19 in total). [Read More]
Azure Functions 3.0 go-live release is now available
Posted on 09 December, 2019
The go-live release for Azure Functions 3.0 is now available, so it’s now possible to build and deploy 3.0 functions in production. Functions 3.0 brings new capabilities including the ability to target .NET Core 3.1 and Node 12. [Read More]
Azure Service Fabric 7.0 is now available
Posted on 11 December, 2019
The new Azure Service Fabric release introduces several new features as well as stability and performance improvements. [Read More]
Azure Data Factory supports preserving metadata during file copy
Posted on 12 December, 2019
Azure Data Factory copy activity now supports preserving metadata during file copy among Amazon S3, Azure Blob and Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2. [Read More]
Data Factory Expands Data Flow Parameterisation Capabilities
Posted on 16 December, 2019
Azure Data Factory expands parameterisation capabilities to make data flows even more reusable and scalable.[Read More]
Azure SQL Database managed instance meter PITRs name changes
Posted on 16 December, 2019
Effective 1st February 2020, the meter names of Azure SQL Database managed instance point-in-time restore (PITR) backup will change.[[Read More]](Azure SQL Database managed instance meter PITRs name changes)
Azure SQL Database Gen 4 hardware approaching end of life in 2020
Posted on 18 December, 2019
Effective 1st February 2020, the meter names of Azure SQL Database managed instance point-in-time restore (PITR) backup will change.
Service-aided subnet configuration for managed instance in Azure SQL Database is now available
Posted on 30 December, 2019
To address customer security and manageability requirements, managed instance, a deployment capability of Azure SQL Database, is transitioning from a manual to service-aided subnet configuration.
Here's a collection of some of the most note worthy blog articles posted by community enthusiast over the last month.
- Azure Functions integration with Azure Monitor Logs is now in public preview
by Azure Functions Team
- Retrieve Azure Key Vault secrets from API Management policies
- Using Azure Event Hubs and Blob Storage with the Dapr framework
- November 2019 unified Azure SDK GA
- Review these Azure Service Bus best practice
- String Literals in Azure Function Projects
by Marc Roussy
- SendGrid - Sending emails via ADF & LogicApps
- Calculating Consumer Lag in Azure Event Hubs
by Florian Eiden
- Understanding Azure Service Bus Prefetch
by Sean Feldman
- Stateful Programming Models in Serverless Functions
by Chris Gillum