At the core of every Azure innovation, is our focus to solve for the needs of developers. Today at //build, we announced exciting updates to Azure which enable developers of all types with the flexibility to build cloud apps and services across multiple devices and platforms.
Earlier this week, we released a new feature which allows customers to run Custom .NET activities using Azure Batch as a compute resource.
We just released the first preview of Application Insights for the ASP.NET v5 (a.k.a ASP.NET vNext) web applications and will allow you to monitor server requests and exceptions for your application as well as collect end user information and browser page performance.
With the growing popularity of storing and managing data using Azure SQL Database, demand for full-text search capabilities in a wide variety of applications is rapidly increasing. With Full-Text Search now available in Azure SQL Database, you have access to fast and efficient search capabilities for your demanding applications.
We are pleased to announce the release of new functionality in the .NET SDK that makes it easier to develop partition application data using Azure DocumentDB.
Announcing public preview for template-based deployments of Compute, Networking and Storage, using the Azure Resource Manager to transform building, deploying and managing large-scale complex applications into simple actions.
We’re pleased to announce a new Azure architecture blueprint for Large-Scale Computing – Financial Services!
It’s time for BUILD 2015, and the Azure Storage team has several exciting announcements to make. We hope that these new features will enable you to write more powerful applications with Azure Storage.
As you might heard, we are announcing Public Preview of Visual Studio Application Insights, which is an analytics solution for any app that brings together Application Performance Management and Usage Analytics.
Today at Build, we announced the Azure Data Lake, Microsoft’s hyperscale repository for big data analytic workloads in the cloud. This offering is built for the cloud, compatible with HDFS, and has unbounded scale with massive throughput and enterprise-grade capabilities.
Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.6 for .NET and Visual Studio 2015 RC. This post summarizes the updates and how they’ll improve your development experience for building applications in Azure.