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Azure Updates: Cost Management; Emissions Tracking; Event Hubs; Service Retirements

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

Microsoft closed out March with plenty of announcements in conjunction with its Microsoft Secure event, but comparatively few other announcements. Principal product marketing manager Michael Flanakin shared recent Cost Management updates. Microsoft now offers ways to define budgets, set thresholds, and configure anomaly alerts. Customers can enable cost analysis previews, create charts, forecasts, and change scopes.

Participating in Cost Management Labs is as easy as selecting Try preview from the Cost Management overview. You’ll see a list of preview features with links to share ideas or report any bugs that may pop up. Reporting a bug is a direct line back to the Cost Management engineering team, where we'll work with you to understand and resolve the issue. Of course, you may have seen all this before. Try preview isn’t new. What is new this month is the fact that your preview features are remembered across portal sessions. When you enable a feature, we’ll keep that enabled when you come back to the portal, making it easier than ever to get the most out of each preview.

The company showcased the Greener digital solution developed by an Australian technologist with Defender, Sentinel, and Azure Virtual Networks to segregate data while generating “carbon price tag” emissions estimates for consumers. Greener has begun using AI and Azure Personalizer to further customizer the experience for end users.

Recent general availability announcements include resource governance for client apps in Event Hubs, ways to migrate to Managed ...

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