We built an integrated workflow enabling users to build their applications on Azure using graphical and command line tools, even on devices where command line tools aren't installed.
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One C# statement to authenticate. One statement to create a virtual machine. One statement to modify an existing virtual network, etc. No more guessing about what is required vs. optional vs. non-modifiable.
When you deploy a new version of your web app, you want to know immediately its effect on performance. Have response times improved or worsened, or is it showing failures?
The Azure Resource Manager enables you to create reusable deployment templates that declaratively describe the resources that make up your application.
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.
We found a few areas where we could improve the WebJobs publishing story from the command line and continuous integration stories and have an update that fills these gaps. This post summarizes this update, how we can release it so quickly right after an official Visual Studio update, and how you can reap the benefits and enable continuous integration or command-line publishes of an Azure WebJob.
This post was written by Jaime Espinosa, Program Manager on the Azure Web Sites Team With the availability of Remote Debugging, Microsoft brings you a cohesive and unified web development experience…