The notable differences, starting October 5th, are around UI changes, a new storage drilldown feature, and changes within the usage limit tiers and artifacts upload blocking.
Our previous features and documentation refer to artifact storage in gigabytes (GB), even though on the backend all values have always been calculated in gibibytes (GiB). To be more accurate going forward, we are changing all documentation, pricing, and the Artifacts UI to reflect this. There is no impact or change to your usage numbers, or amount billed. This is merely a cosmetic change.
Currently, all packages and symbols are counted in your Azure Artifacts billed cost. With these October changes, we will be deferring billing of symbols to a later time, and you will be billed for packages-only from that point onward. This will include all packages (npm, NuGet, Python, Maven, and Universal Packages), including those stored from upstream sources. You will not be billed by Azure Artifacts for storage of Symbols, Pipeline Artifacts, Build Artifacts, and Pipeline Caching. Any future billing changes will also be communicated well ahead of time.
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