We are excited to announce new services and updates that affirm our commitment to enabling developers build innovations how they want.
This post highlights the new features in a 0.4.0-beta preview of WebJobs SDK
Azure Media Encoder has many advanced features that are often overlooked. This weeks post provides an in-depth look at features like Custom Presets, Subclipping, Overlays, and Stitching.
In this post, you will learn how to customize your Linux VM using predefined scripts, executed by CustomScript Extension.
WordPress is one of the most commonly used blogging engines and can be quite cumbersome to resolve issues when trying to set it up on Azure Websites. In this blog post, we have addressed some of common issues with WordPress and ways to resolve them.
By now you’ve probably had a chance to experiment with all the great features of Azure Automation through the Azure Portal – authoring runbooks and creating assets, starting jobs manually and on schedules, importing integration modules and viewing job output. Now what if I told you, you could do all these things and more easily and programmatically from the command line? Whether you want to use Azure Automation completely headless, or you’re just looking to script a few key actions like bulk runbook import, the Azure Automation cmdlets are for you.
It has been only two months since my TechEd session on Azure Security, where we announced several new partner security…
We are excited to announce that MyGet is now available in the Microsoft Azure Store. MyGet provides hosted NuGet Servers, allowing developers to create and host their own NuGet feeds with their own packages as well as other package sources such as NuGet.org.
Whether you’re building games or LOB apps, you’ll discover something new in a story about the Wordament architecture.
We found a few areas where we could improve the WebJobs publishing story from the command line and continuous integration stories and have an update that fills these gaps. This post summarizes this update, how we can release it so quickly right after an official Visual Studio update, and how you can reap the benefits and enable continuous integration or command-line publishes of an Azure WebJob.
New deployment features in Visual Studio for Azure WebJobs, and new getting started documentation for the Azure WebJobs SDK.