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New Azure Boards and Azure Repos app for Microsoft Teams

In the latest Azure DevOps update, we added new Microsoft Teams apps for Azure Boards and Azure Repos. The Azure Boards app will let you monitor work item activity and create work items from your Microsoft Teams channel. On the other hand, the Azure Repos app will allow you to monitor your repositories.
Source: Azure Roadmap
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New Azure Boards and Azure Repos app for Microsoft Teams

In the latest Azure DevOps update, we added new Microsoft Teams apps for Azure Boards and Azure Repos. The Azure Boards app will let you monitor work item activity and create work items from your Microsoft Teams channel. On the other hand, the Azure Repos app will allow you to monitor your repositories.
Source: Azure Roadmap
Source Link: New Azure Boards and Azure Repos app for Microsoft Teams

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Azure Backup support for large disks up to 32 TB is now generally available

Azure Backup support for larger and more powerful Azure Managed Disks of up to 32 TB is now generally available. No user action is required to get the backups running for the large sized disks, if the virtual machine is already configured with Azure Backup.
Source: Azure Roadmap
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Announcing the general availability of larger, more powerful standard file shares for Azure Files

Better scale and more power for IT professionals and developers!

We're excited to announce the general availability of larger, more powerful standard file shares for Azure Files. Azure Files is a secure, fully managed public cloud file storage with full range of data redundancy options and hybrid capabilities using Azure File Sync.

Here is a quick look at some of the improvements in the Azure Files standard file shares' capacity and performance.

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With the release of large file shares, a single standard file share in a general purpose account can now support up to 100 TiB capacity, 10K IOPS, and 300 MiB/s throughput. All premium file shares in Azure FileStorage accounts currently support large file shares by default...

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SAP on Azure–Designing for Efficiency and Operations

This is the final blog in our four-part series on Designing A Great SAP on Azure Architecture.

Robust SAP on Azure Architectures are built on the pillars of Security, Performance and Scalability, Availability and Recoverability, and Efficiency and Operations.

Within this blog we will a cover a range of Azure services and a new GitHub repository which can support operational efficiencies for your SAP applications running on Azure.

Let’s get started.

Simplifying SAP Shared Storage architecture with Azure NetApp Files

A diagram showing the simplified SAP Shared Storage architecture.

Azure NetApp Files (ANF) can be used to simplify your SAP on Azure deployment architecture, providing an excellent use case for high availability (HA) of your SAP shared files based on Enterprise NFS.

SAP Shared Files are critical for SAP systems with high availability requirem...

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Azure Monitor for VMs is now available in South Central US, West US, Central US, North Central US, East Asia, and Central India regions

Azure Monitor for VMs is now available in South Central US, West US, Central US, North Central US, East Asia, and Central India. It’s available around the world in eighteen public regions.
Source: Azure Roadmap
Source Link: Azure Monitor for VMs is now available in South Central US, West US, Central US, North Central US, East Asia, and Central India regions

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