On 31 August 2024, both the update management feature of Azure Automation and the Log Analytics agent it uses will be retired

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On 31 August 2024, both the update management feature of Azure Automation and the Log Analytics agent it uses will be retired. You’ll need to begin assessing and patching your virtual machines using Azure Update Manager by that date.

Azure Update Manager is available at no charge for managing Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Stack HCI VMs. For Azure Arc–enabled servers, the price is $5 per server per month.

In addition to the familiar features you already use, Azure Update Manager offers key improvements including:

  • Zero-step onboarding with native functionality built on Azure compute and Azure Arc.
  • Granular, per-resource access control and role-based access control.
  • Greater flexibility with Azure-orchestrated auto-patching, customer-defined maintenance schedules, and hotpatching.

Required action

To avoid any disruptions in service, migrate to Azure Update Manager by31August 2024.

Help and support

If you have questions, ask community experts in Microsoft Q&A. If you have a support plan and need technical help, please create a support request:

  1. For Issue type, select Technical.
  2. For Subscription, select your subscription.
  3. For Service, select All services.  
  4. For Service type, select Azure Update Manager.
  5. For Summary, type a description of your issue.
  6. For Problem type, select Issues related to Scheduled patching.
  7. For Problem subtype, select Not able to create a new schedule or modify an existing schedule.

Source is Azure Business News

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