This last week saw the unveiling of a number of gaming-related Microsoft news, as well as the expected Windows 11 test builds, and even new security flaws. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
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A major flaw in Azure Cosmos DB has exposed customer data and given admin access to it for the past couple of years. Microsoft has now patched the issue and asked customers to rotate their keys.
At its Inspire 2021 conference today, Microsoft has revealed several new initiatives to make it easier for customers to migrate and modernize their solutions on the company's Azure infrastructure.
Developers utilizing Azure Synapse, Cognitive Services, AI, Cosmos DB, Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL, and SQL Database have a lot to be excited today for what Microsoft has in store for them.
Microsoft has unveiled new features for its Azure analytics solutions such as Synapse Analytics and Cosmos DB. The company is also opening a new datacenter region in China to cater increased demand.
The Power BI On-premises data gateway update for this month introduces a name change for the Azure Cosmos DB Connector, a .NET framework update, in addition to other changes as well.
The December update for the On-premises data gateway brings a few new things to report on, aside from the usual new version of the mashup engine that is often the highlight of these updates.
As far as enhancements to its cloud database offerings are concerned, Microsoft has introduced new PostgreSQL and MySQL features, along with further capabilities for Cosmos DB as well.
Jupyter notebooks running in Azure Cosmos DB are now generally available. Microsoft has also introduced built-in commands and aimed to improve developer productivity to further support this feature.
Microsoft's multi-model database, Cosmos DB, has just gotten a new Explorer, now in public preview. You can try Cosmos DB for free - even without an Azure subscription - and thus, the Explorer too.
During the opening day of the Build 2017, Microsoft has announced two new additions to its Azure SQL service with MySQL and PostgreSQL, and has also launched a new NoSQL database called Cosmos DB.