Kom i gang med Azure Management Libraries for Java

Denne bloggposten finnes også som video her   Fra 0.5.0-releasen av Microsoft Azure SDK’et for Java har support for service management vært bygget inn i Java SDK’et. Dette var allerede implementert i Azure SDK for .NET og Azure SDK for Node.js, men var nytt i vårt Java SDK. Det finnes som open-source på GitHub, akkurat som .NET…


Lekende lett deployment med Azure Toolkit for Eclipse og IntelliJ

Denne blogposten finnes også som video på Channel 9!  Vi har tidligere gått igjennom hvordan du registrerer et Azure abonnement og vil i denne bloggposten se på hvordan man enkelt kan deploye Java applikasjoner til Azure. Vi bruker Azure Toolkit for Eclipse som er en plugin til Eclipse og kjører på Linux, Mac OS X og Windows. Eksakt samme…


Integrating a Web app seamlessly with OneDrive – personal and business

Integrating with cloud drives can be very beneficial for the users of your applications, enabling them to save to locations that can automatically be shared with other users. Today there are two versions of OneDrive; personal and business. These are in fact fundamentally different, built on completely different engines. This means that at the core,…


Open Source? Linux? Ja takk, begge deler – Lysaker 8. desember

Microsoft har snakket mye om Open Source i det siste. Hva er i veien med det gamle Microsoft? Er dette en gimick eller en reell forandring? Bli med oss denne dagen for å høre om hvordan Microsoft jobber med Open Source miljøer og hvordan du også kan dra nytte av forandringen.   Agenda: · 08:30…

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Nyheter fra Connect()

    Var det noen som så gårsdagens Connect()? Noen spennende nyheter? Det synes i allefall vi i Microsoft Norge! Vi noterte oss med store bokstaver, og oppsummerer blant annet: – Visual Studio Code er  nå Open Source! En ny beta-versjon er nå ute – og husk at Visual Studio Code fungerer på alle OS….

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Does Microsoft contribute to Open Source projects?

  This blog post is the last in a series of six blog posts highlighting various aspects of Microsoft’s open source strategy. Previous posts in this series have explained the open approach Microsoft takes on cloud and how Microsoft is using and publishing open source software related to its products and services. This post looks…

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Why Microsoft is publishing Open Source?

This blog post is the fifth in a series of six blog posts highlighting various aspects of Microsoft’s open source strategy. Previous posts in this series have explained the open approach Microsoft takes on cloud and how Microsoft is using open source software to build its products and services. What about publishing open source projects…

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How Microsoft is using Open Source Software?

This blog post is the fourth in a series of six blog posts highlighting various aspects of Microsoft’s open source strategy. The previous two posts explained Microsoft’s Open Approach that empowers customer choice and value by providing a wide range of choices in a cross platform and interoperable way with open standards, resulting in the…

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Support for Open Source technologies on Azure

This blog post is the third in a series of six blog posts highlighting various aspects of Microsoft’s open source strategy. The previous two posts explained Microsoft’s Open Approach to cloud in generic level. Let’s now get an overview of support for open source on Azure. So, what do we mean when we say that…

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Providing Trusted Open Cloud

This blog post is the second in a series of five blog posts highlighting various aspects of Microsoft’s open source strategy. As covered in the first post in this series, Microsoft has taken an open approach to cloud, and is applying a set of principles to empower customers by enabling choice.   And why are…

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