ICYMI: All blogs and updates from Azure last week

Title Summary Link
Azure and HITRUST publish shared responsibility matrix Healthcare solutions offered in the cloud are drawing unprecedented attention today with the ongoing global pandemic and the accompanying need for social distancing. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/azure-and-hitrust-publish-shared-responsibility-matrix/
Azure SQL Database named among the top 3 databases of 2020 We are excited to share that Azure SQL Database is among the most popular databases of 2020 according to DB-Engines, who recently announced their DBMS of the Year award. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/azure-sql-database-named-among-the-top-3-databases-of-2020/
Helping retailers navigate the future Each new year introduces new opportunities and challenges, but 2020 was exceptional. The pandemic massively disrupted retail organizations due to ongoing shelter-in-place orders and social distancing requirements. Consumers adapted, driving nine years’ worth of e-commerce growth in 90 days. https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/helping-retailers-navigate-the-future/
Public IP SKU upgrade generally available Azure public IPs now support the ability to be upgraded from Basic to Standard SKU, enabling customers to retain the same IP address for services that require Standard IP frontends. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/updates/public-ip-sku-upgrade-generally-available/
Monitoring your Azure Data Explorer Clusters with Azure Monitor (Insights) – public preview Azure Monitor for Azure Data Explorer (public preview) provides comprehensive monitoring of your Azure Data Explorer clusters by delivering a unified view of the performance, operations, and usage. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/updates/monitoring-azure-data-explorer-clusters-with-azure-monitor/
Azure Sphere OS version 21.01 is now available for evaluation Learn more about compatibility testing with Azure Sphere OS version 21.01. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/updates/azure-sphere-os-version-2101-is-now-available-for-evaluation/
View change data through Azure Monitor workbook integration with Application Change Analysis Application Change Analysis integration with Azure Monitor workbook is now in public preview https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/updates/view-change-data-through-azure-monitor-workbook-integration-with-application-change-analysis/

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