A consistent key concern enterprises raise about using cloud computing platforms are wanting clear service level guarantees for your applications. So how can you get comfortable closing the gap and assuring the availability and performance of your cloud-based applications?
Posts Tagged: Visual Studio
During the last six years at Forrester Research, I helped enterprise IT and technology leaders understand the cloud movement At the beginning of this year I decided to take our relationship to the next level.
Learn how to use Visual Studio Code to publish to Azure App Service!
Application Insights now support an SDK for Java. Read more to learn how Application Insights can be used to get a complete view of your application’s availability, performance and usage.
We are delighted to announce the availability of a migration cookbook for the latest Azure SQL Database Update (V12)!
Updated client tools let you explore and utilize Azure SQL Database in a high-productivity familiar environment.
We’ve made it easier to create an Azure SQL Database from a sample or backup and contextually open the database in Visual Studio 2013 to develop and extend its schema.
The Azure Resource Manager enables you to create reusable deployment templates that declaratively describe the resources that make up your application.
As part of the recent TechEd announcements, Azure announced the integration of Visual Studio Release Manager Extension with Azure Ibiza Portal using the Azure VM Extension model.
Today, we are excited to announce Azure SDK 2.5 for Visual Studio 2012, 2013 and 2015 Preview. We are also excited to announce Visual Studio 2015 Preview which adds even more Azure features.