We are pleased to reveal the release of Spark Interactive Console in Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ. This new component intends to facilitate your Spark job authoring, and enable you to run code interactively in a shell-like environment within IntelliJ.
To provide more authentication options, Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ now supports submission of jobs to HDInsight clusters through Ambari. You can easily link or unlink any cluster by using an Ambari-managed username and password, which is independent of your Azure sign-in credentials.
The blog announces a new feature in IntelliJ Community Edition that enables the One-Click experience to run containerized Java applications on Azure.
This month’s IntelliJ HDInsight Tools release delivers a robust remote debugging engine for Spark running in the Azure cloud. The Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ is available for users running Spark to perform interactive remote debugging directly against code running in HDInsight.
The primary focus for our May updates is to make the Spark development work easier for you in IntelliJ! In this release, your spark remote debugging experience is significantly improved. Scala SDKs…
We are pleased to announce the April updates of HDInsight Tools for IntelliJ & Eclipse. This is a quality milestone and we focus primarily on refactoring the components and fixing bugs. We also…
We are pleased to announce the December updates of HDInsight Tools for IntelliJ & Eclipse. The HDInsight Tools for IntelliJ & Eclipse serve the open source community and will be of interest…
We are excited to announce the general availability of the HDInsight Tool for IntelliJ.
If you’re a Java developer who is building apps for the cloud, Azure has your back. Microsoft Azure has developed numerous resources just for Java developers who want to work with cloud-native applications, or just use cloud services from your on-premises applications.