To follow up on the announcement of Azure Search last week, I wanted to take a minute to give a bit of framing on why we built Azure Search and how we picked its current capabilities.
As part of the recent Microsoft-wide employee hackathon event, we created a visualizer for a Kubernetes deployment on Azure.
Are you planning to migrate to Azure Websites? This blog post will give you the guidance to understand the Azure websites platform and guide your through the process of going live.
This article shows you how to use socket.io to do realtime communication with your Azure Mobile Service Node backend.
Auditing feature is now available for Azure SQL DB, in a preview offering. This is a key security enhancement that removes barriers from businesses wanting to manage their databases in the cloud.
This post highlights the new features in a 0.4.0-beta preview of WebJobs SDK
We are excited to announce new services and updates that affirm our commitment to enabling developers build innovations how they want.
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.
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.