Logic Apps are part of the Azure App Service platform that make it easier to build web, mobile and integration apps. Logic App Templates are pre-built and allow you to simply click, configure and deploy.
I’m happy to announce that the Application Insights Windows SDKs have reached the 1.0.0 milestone. By reaching the 1.0.0 milestone we will take on greater stability around SDK changes and a longer support lifetime.
This month we added several new features to Azure Redis Cache. In this post, we will review these updates.
With this most recent update, you now have the ability to access Support Site Extension features right from the Azure Preview Portal.
In this post, we’ll discuss how to run Azure CLI as a container through a newly published Docker Hub image and demonstrate how to take advantage of Azure CLI Docker image to quickly start managing your Azure services by using a single command.
Microsoft recently introduced the Azure App Service to help companies develop intelligent and scalable web and mobile applications faster than ever before. Leading companies have taken notice and innovative app ideas are driving increased sales, faster time to market, and improved performance and reliability.
In this post, we’ll review a one line code change that allows your Azure Site Extension to auto-update.
Recently we announced the release of the newest version of Microsoft MPI. Head over to the Microsoft Download Center to download a copy of MS-MPI v6 today.
As part of Application Insights’ Public Preview we are launching a new cloud-friendly pricing model that is based on data volume per application and designed to offer great value for all development teams. Pricing goes into effect June 1, 2015, and will be at a 50% discount while in Public Preview.
Update Notification Hubs/Service Bus Namespace Type to “Notification Hub” and “Messaging” from “Mixed.”