The June 2010 release of the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 is now available in German, French, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Korean.
You can select the language you want to install on the download page at Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 1.2 (June 2010).
About Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 1.2
Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio extend Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2008 to enable the creation, configuration, building, debugging, running, packaging and deployment of scalable web applications and services on Windows Azure.
Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio includes:
- C# and VB Project creation support for creating a Windows Azure Cloud Service solution with multiple roles.
- Tools to add and remove roles from the Cloud Service.
- Tools to configure each Role.
- Integrated local development via the Development Fabric and Development Storage services.
- Running and Debugging a Cloud Service in the Development Fabric.
- Browsing cloud storage through the Server Explorer
- Building and packaging of Cloud Service Packages.
- Deploying to the Windows Azure.
- Monitoring the state of your services through the Server Explorer.
- Debugging in the cloud by retrieving IntelliTrace logs through the Server Explorer.
New for Version 1.2
- Visual Studio 2010 RTM Support: Full support for Visual Studio 2010 RTM.
- .NET 4 support: Choose to build services targeting either the .NET 3.5 or .NET 4 framework.
- Cloud storage explorer: Displays a read-only view of Windows Azure tables and blob containers through Server Explorer.
- Integrated deployment: Deploy services directly from Visual Studio by selecting ‘Publish’ from Solution Explorer.
- Service monitoring: Keep track of the state of your services through the ‘compute’ node in Server Explorer.
- IntelliTrace support for services running in the cloud: Adds support for debugging services in the cloud by using the Visual Studio 2010 IntelliTrace feature. This is enabled by using the deployment feature, and logs are retrieved through Server Explorer.
For more information, see Windows Azure Tools Goes International.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation