We’ve moved! Starting this month, the monthly blog about Azure portal updates will hosted at the Tech Community instead of the Azure blogs. We’re excited to be here and we hope this starts a new channel of collaboration between you, the Azure portal users, and the large team building the Azure portal.
This month, Azure portal updates include a redesign of the Azure marketplace experience, resources to help you migrate services to Azure and updates to Azure Data Explorer.
Here’s the list of June updates to the Azure portal:
Let’s look at each of these updates in detail.
We are excited to share the new Azure Marketplace Gallery experience in the Azure portal, now live in all regions. Combined with the recently updated product details page, you will now see a new and improved experience in Marketplace. You will notice the following changes:
The new Azure Marketplace experience
To try out the new Marketplace experience:
Azure Quickstart Center became generally available at Microsoft Build. We’ve now added the Azure Migration Guide, which gives you a detailed view of how to migrate applications and resources from your on-premises environment to Azure.
Azure Migration Guide now available
To try out the Azure Migration Guide on Quickstart Center:
Alternatively, you can search for “Quickstart Center” on the global search box.
The Azure portal is localized to 18 languages. If you prefer to use the Azure portal on a language different than English, you’ll now enjoy Azure Data Explorer localized to your language of choice. Data Explorer is now localized to 18 languages.
A localized version of the Azure Data Explorer
To change your default language:
You can now create an Azure Data Explorer cluster using a cheaper SKU for test and development purposes. This SKU allows you to create a single instance of Standard_D11_v2 virtual machine with a discount applied to the Azure Data Explorer markup price. Note that there’s no SLA guaranteed with this option.
New dev & test SKU
To create a new Azure Data Explorer cluster using this SKU:
For pricing details on Azure Data Explorer, visit the pricing page.
The Microsoft Intune team has been hard at work on updates as well. You can find the full list of updates to Intune on the What's new in Microsoft Intune page, including changes that affect your experience using Intune.
Have you checked out our Azure portal “how to” video series yet? The videos highlight specific aspects of the portal so you can be more efficient and productive while deploying your cloud workloads from the portal. Recent videos include a demonstration of how to enable soft delete in a storage account, and how bulk edit app settings in App Services. Keep checking our playlist on YouTube for a new video each week.
The Azure portal’s large team of engineers always wants to hear from you, so please keep providing us with your feedback in the comments section below or on Twitter @AzurePortal.
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