Azure SQL Managed Instance Public Endpoints

Danimir Ljepava announces public endpoints for Azure SQL Managed Instances:

Public endpoint, ability to connect to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance from Internet, without VPN has reached global availability today. The release of this feature will help support many new integration scenarios.
 
The public endpoint for Managed Instance can today be enabled/disabled via PowerShell script. The support for Azure portal will be coming within the next week or so as soon as all updates are rolled out.

Click through to learn how to enable it with Powershell.

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