Azure SDK Release (May 2021)
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Welcome to the May release of the Azure SDK. We have updated the following libraries:
Azure Attestation for .NET and Python version 1.0
Azure Confidential Ledger version 1.0: Initial Release
Azure Container Registry version 1.0: Initial Release
Azure Cosmos DB client library for Java version 4.15
DIRECTconnection mode and
CosmosDiagnosticsfor query operations.
Azure Functions for .NET version 1.0: Initial Release
Azure Purview Catalog version 1.0: Initial Release
Azure Purview Scanning version 1.0: Initial Release
Azure SDK for Python (Conda) preview packages are now available in the Microsoft channel
- Read more here: Introducing the Azure SDK for Python (Conda)
- See also https://anaconda.org/microsoft
Azure Web PubSub version 1.0: Initial Release
Cognitive Search version 11.3.0-beta.2
- Added support for Semantic Search, a collection of query-related capabilities that add semantic relevance and language understanding to search results.
- Added support for Knowledge Store, a feature of Azure Cognitive Search that persists output from an AI enrichment pipeline for independent analysis or downstream processing.
- See change log.
Event Grid, Event Hubs, and Service Bus Azure Function extensions are now available. Event Hubs and Service Bus extensions have added MSI support.
- Java: added new Storage System Events:
StorageBlobTierChangedEventDataand new Policy Insights System Events
- Java: added new Storage System Events:
- .NET: https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-net/blob/master/sdk/identity/Azure.Identity/CHANGELOG.md#140-2021-05-12
- Java: https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-java/blob/master/sdk/identity/azure-identity/CHANGELOG.md#130-2021-05-11
- Python: https://github.com/Azure/azure-sdk-for-python/blob/master/sdk/identity/azure-identity/CHANGELOG.md#160-2021-05-13
NamedKeyCredentialas the credential type to
ServiceBusAdminstrationClientand for passing
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- Java release notes
- Python release notes
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I do not understand what package is ‘Azure Functions for .NET version 1.0: Initial Release’ ? Do you have a link or documentation about this initial release ?
In this Introducing the new Azure Function Extension Libraries blog post, there are links to the docs and code samples that you may find helpful.
Always amazes me when I see an announcement of a new release for something *without any indication of how to update to it* 😉 If I’m a VS user, I assume this “release” will just turn up as what… ? A Visual Studio update ? A new set of nuget packages ?
Which release are you interested in understanding how to update? We appreciate your feedback, and we make every effort to incorporate suggestions to improve the content of our blogs. We have added additional content, links to supporting blog post, and code snippets to the June release blog. We hope that you will find it more useful.