jueves, 17 de enero de 2019
We recently introduced support for HDInsight in Azure CLI as a public preview. With the addition of the new HDInsight command group, you can now utilize all of the features and benefits that come with the familiar cross-platform Azure CLI to manage your HDInsight clusters.
lunes, 12 de noviembre de 2018
Over the past 6 months, we’ve been building the AI-powered Azure Aladdin knowledge base that can make using Azure easier, with our first interface, a docs.microsoft.com extension that provides content recommendations.
jueves, 18 de enero de 2018
We recently released a new open source IoT extension that adds to the capabilities of Azure CLI 2.0. Azure CLI 2.0 includes commands for interacting with Azure Resource Manager and management endpoints...
miércoles, 10 de mayo de 2017
As announced previously in our blogs, we have been making constant progress in adding new features to and stabilizing Azure CLI 2.0 over last several months.
lunes, 17 de abril de 2017
A few months ago, Azure CLI 2.0 became generally available to the public, and we heard feedback asking for something more interactive because the CLI is inherently optimized for scripting. Today, we are announcing an interactive shell to wrap around the CLI which is that focusses on the human users.
miércoles, 8 de febrero de 2017
Today, we announce Azure CLI support for Azure Managed Disks! Microsoft announced the general availability of Azure Managed Disks – it simplifies the management and scaling of Virtual Machines. The Managed Disks experience in Azure CLI is idomatic to the CLI experience in other cross-platform tools, and we know you will love it!
Senior Program Manager, Azure Developer Experience
lunes, 26 de septiembre de 2016
We would like to introduce you to our next generation command-line tools for Azure: Azure Command-Line Interface (Azure CLI) 2.0 Preview.
lunes, 28 de julio de 2014
My preferred method of deploying to an Azure Web Site is using git, partially because this is a feature I've been involved with from the beginning (it's known as Kudu). However, in some cases, I just need to deploy a bunch of files from my local machine with minimal fuss, and using git is overkill. For these scenarios WebDeploy (aka msdeploy) really shines.
Principal Development Lead, Azure App Platform