Azure SDK Release (August 2022)

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Release Highlights

Welcome to the August release of the Azure SDK. See the release notes below for a full list of our releases.

  • Cognitive Service for Language for JavaScript
    • Language Text: Initial beta release
  • Azure Confidential Ledger for .NET, Java, JavaScript, and Python
    • Initial stable release
  • Azure Communication Rooms for Python
    • Initial beta release
  • Azure SDK for .NET management libraries
  • Azure Service Bus for Go
    • Initial stable release: For more information, see our blog post.
  • Identity for .NET, Java, and Python
    • Beta release
    • Notable new features:
      • .NET and Java – Managed Identity token caching: When ManagedIdentityCredential is used directly or through DefaultAzureCredential, tokens will now automatically be cached in memory for reuse. No code changes are required to enable this caching.
      • Java – Certificate password support: The EnvironmentCredential now supports passwords for PFX/PEM certificates via the AZURE_CLIENT_CERTIFICATE_PASSWORD environment variable.
      • Python – Added the ability to specify a tenant ID for AzureCliCredential.

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