We are pleased to share that support for HDInsight in Azure CLI is now generally available. The addition of the `az hdinsight` command group allows you to easily manage your HDInsight clusters using simple commands while taking advantage of all that Azure CLI has to offer, such as cross-platform support and tab completion.
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.
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.
SAP Cloud Platform (SCP), SAP's platform-as-a-service offering, is moving from our preview to general availability on Azure. We're excited to announce that the Cloud Foundry based SAP Cloud Platform (SCP) is now running on Azure in the Europe West region today!
Today we are pleased to announce the GA of multi-dimensional metrics in Azure Monitor, Microsoft’s built-in platform monitoring service for Azure.
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...
Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Bash in Azure Cloud Shell. Bash in Cloud Shell provides an interactive web-based, Linux command-line experience from virtually anywhere. Learn more about Bash in Cloud Shell at aka.ms/cloudshell/bash.
We are excited to announce that you can now use Azure CLI 2.0 to easily manage your Windows and Linux Azure VM backups. Take advantage of CLI 2.0 features such as smart defaults for the most common operations, tab completion and pipe-able outputs to simply and quickly manage your VM backup and recovery operations.
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.
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.