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Create tomorrow today with emerging tech at Microsoft Build

This blog post was authored by the Microsoft Build Team.

On May 7–9, brilliant developers and industry game-changers will meet at Microsoft Build in Seattle, Washington. Creators of all kinds will gather to spark ideas, get inspired, and build what’s …

New reference architecture for Jenkins on Azure

The patterns & practices (p&p) group of the Azure Customer Advisory Team (Azure CAT), has published a new reference architecture for deploying and running a Jenkins server on Azure with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Jenkins is a powerful open source tool …

Microsoft Azure Data Lake Storage in Storage Explorer – public preview

Providing a rich GUI for Azure Data Lake Storage resources management has been a top customer ask for a long time, we are thrilled to announce the public preview for supporting Azure Data Lake Storage (ADLS) in the Azure Storage …

Azure Redis Cache geo-replication is now generally available

We are very happy to announce the general availability of geo-replication support for Azure Redis Cache. Redis Cache is Microsoft Azure’s Cache-as-a-Service offering, based on the popular open source Redis in-memory key-value store. With geo-replication support, Redis Cache joins …

Azure Search service upgrades: New hardware, unlimited document counts, and more!

Today we are happy to announce performance upgrades to all paid service tiers in Azure Search. For the exact same price, these upgraded Azure Search services have roughly double the compute power of the previous hardware configuration that backed Azure …

Enhancements to Azure Budgets API supporting Resource Groups and Usage Budgets

Last month we announced a preview release of subscription level budgets for enterprise customers, that was only the first step. Today we're announcing the release of additional features that support the scoping of more granular budgets with filters as well …

A great developer experience for Ansible

As customers grow their deployed application in Azure, we are seeing increased interest in DevOps space for configuration management. In the rapidly evolving cloud space, bringing the on-premises expertise to fluently work in cloud brings increased efficiency. With our strong …

Azure Storage SDKs for Python, Ruby and PHP now generally available

Today we are excited to announce the general availability of the Azure Storage SDKs for Python, Ruby and PHP! Thanks to everyone who participated in the previews and provided feedback.

This GA release brings forward a few significant …

Using the MySQL sys schema to optimize and maintain a database

The MySQL sys schema, which is fully enabled in Azure Database for MySQL 5.7, provides a powerful collection of user friendly views in a read-only database. Building on the MySQL Performance and Information Schemas, you can use the MySQL sys …

Azure Search enterprise security: Data encryption and user-identity access control

Enterprise security requires a comprehensive approach for defense in depth. Effective immediately, Azure Search now supports encryption at rest for all incoming data indexed on or after January 24, 2018, in all regions and SKUs including shared (free) services. With …

Show off your skills with #AzureTrivia

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When you were a kid, everything you encountered was novel and filled you with a sense of wonder. You were an explorer. An inventor. A scientist. A gamer. An astronaut.

Now, you’re solving problems with technology and the curious mind …

Build richer apps with your time series data

Today, we are pleased to announce the release of new TSI developer tools, including an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template, API code samples, and easy-to-follow documentation for developers. TSI’s developer tools will shorten the time it takes to get started …

4 tips for keeping your resolution to learn Azure

It's that time of year when many people take pride in the resolutions they met, lament the ones they failed to keep, and make new ones to start afresh. Recently, I spoke with a friend and former colleague who is …

4 tips for learning Azure in the new year

It's that time of year when many people take pride in the resolutions they met, lament the ones they failed to keep, and make new ones to start afresh. Recently, I spoke with a friend and former colleague who is …

Participate in the Developer Economics Survey

The Developer Economics Q4 2017 survey is here in its 14th edition to shed light on the future of the software industry. Every year more than 40,000 developers around the world participate in this survey, so this is a …

XBox – Analytics on petabytes of gaming data with Azure HDInsight

This blog post was co-authored by Karan Gulati, Senior Software Engineer, XBOX and Daniel Hagen, Senior Software Engineer, XBOX.

Microsoft Studios produces some of the world’s most popular game titles including the Halo, Minecraft, and Forza Motorsport series. The Xbox …

Free eBook – The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure now available

Today, we are pleased to introduce a free eBook titled, The Developer’s Guide to Microsoft Azure second edition. The book was written by Michael Crump and Barry Luijbregts to help you on your journey to the cloud, whether you’re …

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: December 2017 Digest

This month I have a lot to cover. Since my last post, we’ve shipped three sprints of features, and we had a very successful Connect(); event in November. Let’s dive right in.

Connect();

The Connect(); conference highlights developer tools like …

Azure Application Architecture Guide

We've talked to many customers since Azure was released nearly eight years ago. Back then, Azure had only a few services. Now it's grown tremendously and keeps expanding. Cloud computing itself also has evolved to embrace customer demands. For example, …

Java: Manage Azure Container Service (AKS) and more

We released 1.4 of the Azure Management Libraries for Java. This release adds support for Azure Container Service (AKS) and more.

https://github.com/azure/azure-libraries-for-java

Getting started

Add the following dependency fragment to your Maven POM file to use 1.4 version of the …

#AzureSQLDW cost savings with Autoscaler – part 2

This blog post was co-authored by Eldad Hagashi, Software Engineering Manager, and Feng Tan, Software Engineer, Microsoft Education Data Service.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse is Microsoft’s SQL analytics platform, the backbone of your enterprise data warehouse (EDW). The …

Deployment strategies defined

This post is authored by Itay Shakury, Cloud Solution Architect.

In the world of devops practices and cloud native infrastructure, the concept of deployments has evolved from an uninteresting implementation detail, to a fundamental element for modern systems. It seems …

Lift, shift, and modernize using containers on Azure Service Fabric

Azure Service Fabric is a distributed systems platform that is the foundational technology powering core Azure infrastructure, as well as other Microsoft services such as Skype for Business, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database, Dynamics 365, Cortana, and many more. …

ADL Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) supports Python & R Programming

We are thrilled to introduce support for Azure Data Lake (ADL) Python and R extensions within Visual Studio Code (VSCode). This means you can easily add Python or R scripts as custom code extensions in U-SQL scripts, and submit such …

Elastic database tools for Java

We are excited to announce the release of a new version of the Elastic Database Client Library for Azure SQL database supporting Java. The client library provides tools to help developers scale out the data tier of their applications using …

Run your PySpark Interactive Query and batch job in Visual Studio Code

We are excited to introduce the integration of HDInsight PySpark into Visual Studio Code (VSCode), which allows developers to easily edit Python scripts and submit PySpark statements to HDInsight clusters. For PySpark developers who value productivity of Python language, VSCode …

#AzureSQLDW cost savings with optimized for elasticity and Azure Functions – part 1

Azure SQL Data Warehouse is Microsoft’s SQL analytics platform, the backbone of your Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW). The service is designed to allow customers to elastically, and independently, scale compute and storage with massively parallel processing. SQL DW integrates seamlessly …

Preview the new Azure Storage SDK for Go & Storage SDKs roadmap

We are excited to announce the new and redesigned Azure Storage SDK for Go with documentation and examples available today. This new SDK was redesigned to follow the next generation design philosophy for Azure Storage SDKs and is built on …

New multi-tenant patterns for building SaaS applications on SQL Database

We’re delighted to announce the availability of an expanded set of sample SaaS applications, each using a different database tenancy model on SQL Database. Each sample includes a series of management scripts and tutorials to help you jump start your …

Azure #CosmosDB extends support for MongoDB aggregation pipeline, unique indexes, and more

We're happy to announce that you can now do more within MongoDB queries and types in Azure Cosmos DB. With the latest service deployment, we have made the following improvements in MongoDB API in Azure Cosmos DB.

  • MongoDB aggregation

Announcing general availability of Bash in Cloud Shell

Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Bash in Azure Cloud Shell. Bash in Cloud Shell provides an interactive web-based, Linux command-line experience from virtually anywhere. With a single click through Azure portal, Azure documentation, …

HPC containers with Azure Batch

With the latest updates to Azure Batch, you now have the option to schedule your tasks as Docker container invocations. Containers and Azure Batch are an ideal way to package, execute, and scale your High Performance Computing (HPC) applications …

Application Insights: VSTS dashboard chart widget now available

Yes, you read that correctly. We have just released an Application Insights chart widget for VSTS dashboards!

It's ok, you can go ahead and say it, this has been a long time coming. We heard all of the fans from our …

Missed Azure OpenDev 10.2017? No worries. Watch the videos on-demand now!

Last Wednesday, October 25, I hosted Microsoft’s second Azure OpenDev with Seth Juarez, and we loved the community support and response! Azure OpenDev is a live technical series featuring community leaders demonstrating how to utilize open source technologies with Azure. …

Deep dive into Azure IoT Hub notifications and Device Twin

Azure IoT Hub notifications give detailed insight into operations happening in your IoT solution such as devices being registered, deregistered or reporting data. Combined with Device Twins, they offer a very powerful tool to control and monitor your IoT solution. …

Introducing AKS (managed Kubernetes) and Azure Container Registry improvements

Today, we are proud to announce the preview of AKS (Azure Container Service), our new managed Kubernetes service. We have seen customers fall in love with our current Kubernetes support on Azure Container Service, currently known as ACS, which has …

Azure Event Grid now supports Event Hubs as a destination

Azure Event Grid was introduced in August 2017 as the eventing backplane for Azure and beyond. It underpins many of our goals, and much of our vision for Serverless cloud computing. One of the core concepts of Azure Event Grid …

Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) October Updates

If you are a data scientist looking for a lightweight code editor for U-SQL, try ADL Tools for VSCode for rapid development. If you are a developer looking for a modern, simple U-SQL development tool, try ADL Tools for VSCode. …

Microsoft Cosmos DB in Azure Storage Explorer – public preview

We are happy to announce the public preview of support for Cosmos DB in the Azure Storage Explorer (ASE). With this release Cosmos DB databases can be explored and managed with the same consistent user experiences that make ASE a …

Cloud Service Map for AWS and Azure Available Now

Today, we are pleased to introduce a new cloud service map to help you quickly compare the cloud capabilities of Azure and AWS services in all categories. Whether you are planning a multi-cloud solution with Azure and AWS, or simply …

ADAL.NET 3.17.0 released

ADAL.NET (Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory) is an authentication library which enables developers to acquire tokens from Azure AD and ADFS to access Microsoft APIs or applications registered with Azure Active Directory. ADAL.NET is available on several .NET platforms including Desktop, Universal …

Microsoft’s Azure SQL Database ranked #1 Database as a Service for developer satisfaction by SlashData

Today we’re excited and honored to be recognized for three Developer Satisfaction awards from SlashData, a leading analyst firm in the developer community. On Oct 10, 2017 at their annual Future Developer Summit Azure SQL Database was announced the winner …

.NET: Manage availability zones and more

We released 1.3 of the Azure Management Libraries for .NET. This release adds support for availability zones (in preview).

https://github.com/azure/azure-libraries-for-net

Getting started

You can download 1.3 version of the libraries from:

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Java: Manage availability zones and more

We released 1.3 of the Azure Management Libraries for Java. This release adds support for availability zones (in preview).

https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-java

Getting started

Add the following dependency fragment to your Maven POM file to use 1.3 version of the libraries:

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Announcing Azure Building Blocks

I am pleased to announce the release of Azure Building Blocks, a set of tools and Azure Resource Manager templates that are designed to simplify deployment of Azure resources. Azure Resource Manager templates are very powerful, yet at the …

Announcing the preview of Java support for Azure Functions

Serverless provides a great model for accelerating app development, but developers want to do it using the programming languages and development tools of their choice. Ever since we first released Azure Functions, support for Java has been a top …

Announcing the general availability of Azure Application Insights SDK for Node.js 1.0

At Microsoft, we are committed to enabling great experiences for developers building and running Node.js apps on Azure. Today, we are announcing the general availability of the Azure Application Insights SDK for Node.js 1.0, the culmination of many successful …

#OSSFridays Skype meetup is back!

Join us for Open Source Fridays meetup via Skype with the Azure Global Black belts (GBBs). This online meet-up style Skype session will cover various Open Source and Linux solutions in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. We will highlight various ways …

Embed Stunning Visuals into your Apps with Power BI Embedded- Generally Available

Today, Microsoft announced that Power BI Embedded is generally available; offering independent software vendors (ISVs) and developers a way to quickly add stunning visuals, reports, and dashboards into their apps – through a capacity-based, hourly-metered model.

Power BI Embedded has …

Microsoft Azure allies with nearForm for Node.js Developer Migration and Support Services

At Node.js Interactive 2017, starting tomorrow in Vancouver, BC, nearForm and Microsoft are announcing a new alliance to help customers migrate Node.js apps to Azure, and provide enterprise-grade support for them. By partnering with nearForm we are now …

Join us for the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour

Now that Ignite is over, we can all roll up our sleeves and start using all the new services and features in Azure.

The Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour is for developers who want to receive detailed advice and instructions …

Ready for JavaOne: Bringing Java and Kubernetes together in Azure

The Java team at Microsoft has been working hard during this year, collaborating with Java customers and developers around the globe to optimize the Java developer experience in Azure.

In the last few weeks we’ve delivered exciting new features in …

Monitoring Azure SQL Data Sync using OMS Log Analytics

Azure SQL Data Sync is a solution which enables customers to easily synchronize data either bidirectionally or unidirectionally between multiple Azure SQL databases and/or on-premises SQL Databases.

Previously, users had to manually look at SQL Azure Data Sync in the …

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: September 2017 Digest

Visual Studio Team Services offers the best DevOps tooling to create an efficient continuous integration and release pipeline to Azure. This month we’ll take a look at support Git forks, multi-phase builds, work hub improvements, new reporting widgets, and an …

Get the most out of your Azure portal experience

Hello, Azure friends! If you manage Azure resources, you’re probably already familiar with the Azure portal. In this blog post, I’d like to highlight some of the experiences and capabilities that you can take advantage of to get the most …

Announcing general availability of Azure Managed Applications Service Catalog

Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of Azure Managed Applications Service Catalog.

Service Catalog allows corporate central IT teams to create and manage a catalog of solutions and applications to be used by employees in that organization. …

Azure Log Analytics – meet our new query language

Azure Log Analytics has recently been enhanced to work with a new query language. The query language itself actually isn’t new at all, and has been used extensively by Application Insights for some time. Recently, the language and the platform …

Query across resources

We’re excited to introduce cross-resources querying – the ability to query not only the current workspace or application, but analyze data from other resources as well, in a single query.

Until now, queries were limited to the scope of a …

Announcing the public preview of Azure Storage metrics in Azure Monitor

Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of Azure Storage metrics in Azure Monitor. You can start working with these new metrics in the following regions: West US, West US 2, West Central US, Central US, East US, East US …

End-to-end monitoring solutions in Azure for Apps and Infrastructure

Today at the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida, we announced a range of new monitoring and analytics capabilities in Azure bringing together application and infrastructure monitoring in a unified curated overview in Azure Monitor. We are significantly optimizing your experience …

Ask us anything about the new Azure Log Analytics language

Join our first AMA session on Thursday, September 21, 2017 from 9:00 AM-10:00 AM Pacific Time. Add the event to your calendar!

Last month, we announced a new query language for Azure Log Analytics, offering advanced search and analytics capabilities, …

EDNS Client Subnet support in Azure Traffic Manager

Over the past few months, we announced the support for Geographic Traffic Routing, Fast failover, and TCP probing using Azure Traffic Manager. It is our constant endeavor to add new capabilities that add value to our customers. Today, …

Keep credentials out of code: Introducing Azure AD Managed Service Identity

A common challenge in cloud development is managing the credentials used to authenticate to cloud services. Today, I am happy to announce the Azure Active Directory Managed Service Identity (MSI) preview. MSI gives your code an automatically managed identity for …

IntelliJ Community Edition: 1-Click to Run Java Containers on Azure

Deploying Java containers to Azure made easy from IntelliJ. It takes seconds, not minutes.

Today, I am delighted to announce a new feature that enables the 1-Click experience to run containerized Java applications on Azure. It enables Java developers …

Events, Data Points, and Messages – Choosing the right Azure messaging service for your data

With the introduction of Event Grid, Microsoft Azure now offers an even greater choice of messaging infrastructure options. The expanded messaging service fleet consists of the Service Bus message broker, the Event Hubs streaming platform, and the new Event …

Seven reasons why so many Node.js devs are excited about Microsoft Azure

Node.js is arguably one of the most popular technologies in use on the cloud. Many devs all over the world have embraced this platform which, according to the 2017 survey by the Node.js Foundation, is being enjoyed by those who …

Windows Authentication in Service Fabric and ASP.NET Core 2.0

Recently, I worked on a Service Fabric solution for a customer, where my team had to configure secure communication capabilities to existing reliable (stateless) services, built on top of the ASP.NET Core 2.0 framework. More specifically, we had to configure …

Create flexible ARM templates using conditions and logical functions

In this blog post, I will walk you through some of the new capabilities we have in our template language expressions for Azure Resource Manager templates.

Background

A common ask from customers is, “how can we use conditions in our …

Bot conversation history with Azure Cosmos DB

The Bot Framework provides a service for tracking the context of a conversation, called Bot Framework State. It enables you to store and retrieve data associated with a user, conversation or a specific user within the context of a …

Microsoft at PostgresOpen 2017

Earlier this year at Microsoft Build, we announced the public preview of Azure Database for PostgreSQL. Since then, we have been engaging deeply with the PostgreSQL community and are proud to be involved with PostgresOpen 2017 as a …

Azure Management Libraries for .NET – v1.2

We released 1.2 of the Azure Management Libraries for .NET. This release adds support for additional security and deployment features, and more Azure services:

  • Managed service identity
  • Create users in Azure Active Directory, update service principals and assign permissions to

Overview on Web App for Containers and Azure App Service on Linux

Today, we announced the general availability of Azure App Service on Linux and Web App for Containers. Providing Linux support in Azure App Service is an important step towards our commitment to support a variety of OSS stacks on …

Create your own pfSense on Azure

pfSense is a widely used open-source Firewall product. Azure provides the commercial version of pfSense, but for some open-source fans, they'd like to create their own pfSense on cloud. Here is an example of how to create your own pfSense …

Azure Management Libraries for Java – v1.2

We released 1.2 of the Azure Management Libraries for Java. This release adds support for additional security and deployment features, and more Azure services:

  • Managed service identity
  • Create users in Azure Active Directory, update service principals and assign permissions to

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: August 2017 Digest

This post series provides the latest updates and news for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and is a great way for Azure users to keep up-to-date with new features being released every three weeks. Visual Studio Team Services offers the …

Debug Spark Code Running in Azure HDInsight from Your Desktop

This month’s IntelliJ HDInsight Tools release delivers a robust remote debugging engine for Spark running in the Azure cloud. The Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ is available for users running Spark to perform interactive remote debugging directly against code running in …

Architecting Distributed Cloud Applications (free video course)

Learn how to architect distributed cloud applications with the correct developer mindset using the right technologies and the best cloud patterns. This technology-agnostic course begins by explaining the benefits of distributed cloud applications with an emphasis on maintaining high-availability and …

Perform advanced analytics on Application Insights data using Jupyter Notebook

To help you leverage your telemetry data and better monitor the behavior of your Azure applications, we are happy to provide a Jupyter Notebook template that extends the power of Application Insights. Instead of making ad hoc queries in the …

Azure Service Bus .NET Standard Client Generally Available

Azure Service Bus .NET Standard client is generally available. With it comes support for .NET Core and the .NET framework. And as mentioned in an earlier post it also supports Mono/Xamarin for cross-platform application development. This is only the start …

Azure Service Bus Java Client Generally Available

The Azure Service Bus team is extremely excited to announce general availability of our Java client library version 1.0.0. It allows customers to enjoy a solid Java experience with Azure Service Bus as it comes complete with native functionality.…

Reference Architecture for a high availability SharePoint Server 2016 farm in Azure

The Azure CAT Patterns & Practices team has published a new reference architecture for deploying and running a high availability SharePoint Server 2016 farm in Azure.

It provides prescriptive guidance including the following topics:

  • Architecture resources necessary for the

Reference Architecture for SAP NetWeaver and SAP HANA on Azure

The Azure CAT Patterns & Practices team has published their first reference architecture on SAP NetWeaver and SAP HANA on Azure, which covers SAP workloads running in Azure. It provides prescriptive guidance on how to run SAP HANA on …

Maven: Deploy Java Web Apps to Azure

We released a new Maven Plugin for Azure Web Apps, you can deploy or redeploy Web apps to Azure App Service Linux or Windows in one easy step.

Azure App Service provides a managed Web app environment for your app …

Automate Application Insights processes with the connector for Flow and Logic Apps

Azure Application Insights provides powerful search capabilities to query and get insights from your telemetry data.

Often, you may find yourself running the same queries repeatedly to validate whether your service is functioning properly or to find trends and anomalies. …

Bring Interactive Analytics to Azure HDInsight: Kyligence Analytics Platform enables sub-second query

In resource-intensive systems, queries will compete for runtime resources and it takes hours to return when the work load is high. SQL on Hadoop is improving continuously, but it is still common to wait minutes or even a couple hours …

Online training for Azure Data Lake

We are pleased to announce the availability of new, free online training for Azure Data Lake. We’ve designed this training to get developers ramped up fast. It covers all the topics a developer needs to know to start …

Migrating a Web App from ClearDB to Azure Database for MySQL

With the introduction of Azure Database for MySQL, I’ve seen a lot of interest and questions from customers on how they can move their existing Web App from using ClearDB as their MySQL database provider over to Azure Database for …

Build apps faster with Azure Serverless

Azure’s Serverless offerings allow developers to build and deploy elastic-scale applications faster than ever. Serverless technology allows developers to focus on their apps rather than provisioning, managing, and scaling the underlying infrastructure. Azure provides unique serverless tools to accelerate development …

Mesosphere DCOS, Azure, Docker, VMware & Everything Between – Deploying DC/OS with Azure Container Service

This post is part of the “Mesosphere DC/OS, Azure, Docker, VMware & Everything Between” multiple blog post series. In the previous posts for this series, I looked at the following topics:

Mesosphere DCOS, Azure, Docker, VMware and everything between –

Azure App Service Premium V2 in Public Preview

Azure App Service is announcing the Public Preview of the Premium V2 tier! App Service is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offer that allows you to quickly build, deploy, and scale enterprise-grade web, mobile, and API apps running on any platform. Apps …

HDInsight tools for IntelliJ & Eclipse June updates

HDInsight tools June release has been released! In this release, you can choose SBT as a build tool in addition to Maven when creating Spark projects in IntelliJ. With improvements to Spark job view and job graph in IntelliJ and …

Go serverless with R Scripts on Azure Function

Serverless is all the rage, now you can get in on the action using R! Azure Function supports a variety of languages (C#, F#, js, batch, PowerShell, Python, php and the list is growing). However, R is not natively supported. …

Build custom video AI workflows with Video Indexer and Logic Apps

With the Video Indexer connector for Logic Apps, you can now set up custom workflows connecting your most used apps with Video Indexer to further automate the process of extracting deep insights from your videos.

In this blog, I will …

Azure Data Lake Tools for Visual Studio Code (VSCode) July updates

We are pleased to announce the July updates of Azure Data Lake Tools for VSCode. This is a quality milestone and we added local debug capability for C# code behind for window users, refined Azure Data Lake (ADLA & ADLS) …

Mesosphere DCOS, Azure, Docker, VMware & Everything Between – Deploying DC/OS on VMware vSphere

This post is part of the “Mesosphere DC/OS, Azure, Docker, VMware & Everything Between” multiple blog post series. In the previous posta for this series, I looked at the following topics:

Mesosphere DCOS, Azure, Docker, VMware and everything between –

Service Fabric Community Q&A 14th Edition

We will host our 14th monthly community Q&A call Thursday, July 20th at 10 AM Pacific Time.

The Service Fabric Community Q&A is hosted on the third Thursday of every month by the Azure Service Fabric engineering team. The …

Azure Container Registry adds individual identity, webhooks, and delete capabilities

The Azure Container Registry team is excited to share a preview of new Container Registry SKUs with more capabilities and features.

The new preview of Azure Container Registry managed tier is available in 3 options including Basic, Standard, and Premium.…

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: July 2017 Digest

This post series provides the latest updates and news for Visual Studio Team Services and is a great way for Azure users to keep up-to-date with new features being released every three weeks. Visual Studio Team Services offers the best …

ADAL .NET 3.14.1 released

ADAL.NET, delivered as a nuget package named Microsoft.IdentityModel.Clients.ActiveDirectory, is an authentication library which enables developers to acquire tokens from Azure AD (Active Directory) and ADFS, to be used to access Microsoft APIs or applications registered with Azure AD. ADAL.NET …

Mesosphere DCOS, Azure, Docker, VMware & Everything Between – SSH Authorized Keys

After clearing out all the security-related tweaks, configurations, and having all of our DC/OS cluster nodes installed with the Docker engine. We will dive into part 3 for this series, when it’s time to create the SSH authorized keys file …