To help you use the Azure Data Lake as productively as possible, we will have a six-part blogging series on different aspects of the Azure Data Lake over the next few days. This is the second blog in the series giving you the details of U-SQL, the new language we introduced for Azure Data Lake Analytics.
Visual Studio Application Insights (preview) is an extensible analytics service that helps you understand the performance and usage of your live application. Learn how to use Visual Studio Application Insights with WordPress!
This post highlights common steps when onboarding into Application Insights and covers a couple of techniques that have not been documented before.
Performance Test is a new feature developed in partnership with the Visual Studio load testing team. This feature allows you to stress test your web app to better understand how it will perform under load and deliver predictable performance to your users.
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.
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.
This post will provide an update on the progress and road map for .NET Framework 4.6 availability in Azure.
We are happy to announce the release of the Visual Studio extension for Azure Data Factory (ADF). With this release, customers can author and deploy data pipelines using the rich Visual Studio interface.
Today, we’re excited to announce Azure SDK 2.7 for Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio 2015. We are also excited to announce the final release of Visual Studio 2015.
This morning Visual Studio 2015 was released with a lot of great features to support every phase of your development cycle.