— Roman Haug (@DerRoman77) January 17, 2019
Microsoft pledges $500 million to tackle housing crisis in Seattle, Eastside via http://bit.ly/2QUEn2H via Facebook: WOW – Microsoft pledges $500 million to tackle housing crisis in Seattle, Eastside
Azure Migrate now supports Asia and Europe as migration project locations. This means that you can now store your discovered metadata in Asia (Southeast Asia) and Europe (North Europe/West Europe) regions.
In addition to Asia and Europe, Azure Migrate also supports storing the metadata in United States and Azure Government geographies. Support for other Azure geographies is planned for the future.
Note that the project geography does not restrict you from planning your migration for a different target location. Azure Migrate supports more than 30 regions as assessment target locations. The project geography is only used to store the discovered VM metadata.
from Azure service updates http://bit.ly/2Mfg9PU
— Jimmy Harper (@JimmyTheHarper) January 15, 2019
RT @JimmyTheHarper: Understanding health criteria in Azure Monitor for VMs – https://t.co/YOeCHOfzni #Azure #AzureMonitor #AzureManagement #LogAnalytics
.NET Core 2.2 is now available in all public regions and sovereign cloud regions for Azure App Service on Windows. This also includes customers using App Service environments.
.NET Core 2.2 brings customers major improvements, including 64-bit support and the ability to run .NET Core 2.2 applications in-process for improved throughput and performance. You can read about all of the new .NET Core 2.2 features and benefits on the ASP.NET blog.
from Azure service updates http://bit.ly/2HeKcZa
Unterwegs auf dem Gletscher via https://binged.it/2RP7VmB via Facebook: very nice picture by Paul Zizka Photography