Why you’ll love Windows Azure SDK 2.0 at the Brisbane Azure User Group

I gave a talk at the Brisbane Azure User Group on the 15th May 2013 titled Why you’ll love Windows Azure SDK 2.0. Here is my slide deck.

Why you'll love the Windows Azure SDK 2.0

This major refresh of the Windows Azure SDK was released on 30th April with some really great new features and enhancements.  In the talk I explored the new capabilities in version 2.0 using Scott Guthrie’s post and Damir Dobric’s excellent Service Bus 2.0 post and sample code as guidance.

We looked at the following:

Web Sites
Improved Visual Studio Tooling around Publishing
Management Support within the Visual Studio Server Explorer
Streaming Diagnostic Logs

Cloud Services
Support for new High Memory VM Instances
Faster Deployment Support with Simultaneous Update Option
Visual Studio Tooling for configuring, managing and viewing Diagnostics Data

Storage
Storage Client 2.0 included in New Projects
Visual Studio Table Explorer

Service Bus
Updated Client Library
Message Browse Support
New Message Pump Programming Model
Auto-delete for Idle Messaging Entities

PowerShell
PowerShell 3.0
PowerShell Remoting
New Automation Commands for Web Sites, Cloud Services, Virtual Machines, Service Bus, Windows Azure Store, Storage, Scaffolding cmdlets for Web/Worker Role

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