This quality release of the Azure Sphere OS includes bug fixes and updates to mitigate against the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) mentioned in the article.
Azure Event Grid now supports as a public preview release additional advanced filters, setting customer headers on requests delivering events, configuring TTL on messages delivered to Azure Storage Queues, and setting system-assigned managed identities on regional System Topics.
Upcoming changes to Azure SQL Managed Instance will improve workload performance and reduce unnecessary resource utilization.
Azure Static Web Apps, currently in public preview, now supports building and deploying apps with Azure DevOps.
Network insights in Azure Monitor now supports monitoring Azure ExpressRoute resources out of the box without any additional configuration or setup.
Customers can now leverage guidance jointly developed with IBM to run WebSphere Liberty and Open Liberty on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Use Azure Private Link to connect to an Azure Cache for Redis instance from your virtual network via a private endpoint to eliminate data exposure to the public internet.
Service Mesh capabilities to be natively integrated with AKS via the Open Service Mesh add-on.
Benefit from the new features in Kubernetes 1.20, now supported by AKS in general availability.
With new regions announced for Azure Database for PostgreSQL – Flexible Server, you can control multiple configuration parameters for fine-grained database tuning with a simpler developer experience to accelerate end-to-end deployment.