A few hours ago, Scott Guthrie and Satya Nadella talked about Microsoft’s strategy for cloud computing, announcing several important technology and partnership updates to Microsoft Azure.
We are delighted to announce the preview release of new Support Site Extension for Azure Websites.
I’m pleased to announce the new Azure Media Services Explorer! It’s a Windows Forms application based on the Azure Media SDKs that can be used by non-developers to test media workflows, monitor activities on their Azure Media Services accounts, or do just about anything that the full API allows you to do today without writing a line of code.
We are pleased to announce availability of Azure Traffic Manager within Azure in China. Use Azure Traffic Manager to achieve global scale, performance and resilience for your applications.
Creating polished Azure Automation runbook solutions to automate your Cloud OS processes can take time to perfect, and may feel a bit intimidating at first. Now the time it takes to create functional, polished runbooks is a little faster thanks to the new Azure Automation Runbook Gallery.
We’ve just released the beta version of the iOS offline SDK, which adds support for accessing Table Storage when using a .NET backend Mobile Service. In order to add this support, we made a minor breaking change to the offline SDK.
In this post, you will learn about our reference linear streams, how they were set up, and how you can use them.
Based on the overwhelming ask to support for Windows Server 2008, we are excited to announce that Azure Backup now extends the service to protect Windows Server 2008 64-bit operating systems as well.
In this post, we will be discussing performance expectations of D-series VM sizes.
New and improved process makes it easier for the Azure community to contribute to documentation and SDKs in GitHub. The Contribution License Agreement (CLA) is now available in a fully online and automated workflow.
Custom authentication scopes for social login providers, single sign-on for store applications, updated dependency to the latest ASP.NET Web API, among other updates in the latest release of the Azure Mobile Services .NET backend.