Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.7.1 for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio 2015. This release includes some improvements to the Visual Studio Tools for Azure.
Recently I was onsite to talk about and demonstrate some of Microsoft’s latest research and innovations, and share more about how we leverage software defined networking (SDN) to power Microsoft Azure.
From the basics of what containers are and how they work, to the scenarios they’re being most widely used for today, to emerging trends supporting “containerization”, I thought I’d share my perspectives to better help you understand how to best embrace this important cloud computing development.
We have released an experimental package to trace the stack for every dependency call collected by Visual Studio Application Insights. This project extends the Application Insights SDK for .NET to provide call stack information for every dependency collected.
The latest DocumentDB service update includes support for automatic indexing of geospatial data, as well as SQL support for performing proximity queries stored in DocumentDB.
Application Insights in the Visual Studio Online portal will be moving to a read-only mode on October 15. Learn how to update your application to use the new version hosted in the Azure Preview portal.
DocumentDB now supports online index transformations. With this release, you can create and modify the indexing policy configuration of your DocumentDB collections. The index transformations are applied online/in place, so you can continue to read, write and query while the indexing is in progress.