February 3, 2023

Public Preview: Azure Native New Relic Service

[Azure Updates] Enable full stack cloud observability and app performance monitoring with Azure Native New Relic Service in public preview
February 2, 2023

General Availability: Microsoft Azure Load Testing is now Generally Available

[Azure Updates] Azure Load Testing is now Generally Available. Get started with Azure Load Testing today.
February 2, 2023

Public Preview: Azure Digital Twins

[Azure Updates] Public preview: User-assigned managed identities for routing events for Azure Digital Twins
February 2, 2023

Generally available: Azure Digital Twins in West US 3, Qatar, Japan, and Korea

[Azure Updates] Azure Digital Twins is now available in 14 Azure regions worldwide including West US 3, Qatar Central, Japan East, and Korea Central.
February 2, 2023

Generally available: New storage backend for Durable Functions — Microsoft Netherite & MSSQL

[Azure Updates] You can now use storage providers other than Azure Storage for Durable Functions.
February 2, 2023

Generally Available: Azure Functions support for Node.js 18

[Azure Updates] You can now use the latest version of Node.js with Azure Functions.
February 2, 2023

Generally Available: Azure Kubernetes Service introduces two pricing tiers: Free and Standard

[Azure Updates] Identify and use the most appropriate AKS tier for your projects.
February 2, 2023

Now Available: Azure Databricks is generally available in China North 3

[Azure Updates] Azure Databricks is now generally available in China North 3. 
February 2, 2023

Public preview: User-assigned managed identities for routing events for Azure Digital Twins

[Azure Updates] Azure Digital Twins now supports both system-assigned and user-assigned managed identities for authenticating to supported endpoints for routing digital twin events.
February 2, 2023

Generally available: Azure Digital Twins in West US 3, Qatar, Japan, and Korea

[Azure Updates] Azure Digital Twins is now available in 14 Azure regions worldwide including West US 3, Qatar Central, Japan East, and Korea Central.
February 2, 2023

Azure Red Hat OpenShift on Azure Government is now Generally Available

[Azure Updates] Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now generally available for Azure Government customers (federal, state, local governments, and their partners).
February 2, 2023

General availability: Trusted launch for Azure VMs in Azure for US Government regions

[Azure Updates] Allows you to enable secure boot, vTPM, virtualization-based security, and Microsoft Defender for Cloud integration, providing additional layers of defense against sophisticated threats.