This month, we have updated Event Hubs and Storage, and introduced new previews for Form Recognizer, Cognitive Search, and Service Bus. We also go in depth with Azure Identity and the new mechanisms we are developing to improve authentication when developing services.
Visual Studio Code has an extension for running Jupyter Notebooks, which is a great tool for those of us interested in data analytics as it simplifies our workflows. In this article, I will show how to consume Azure data in a Jupyter Notebook using the Azure SDK. The problem I will be demonstrating builds a predictive model to anticipate ...
The ability to cancel long-running tasks is important to help keep applications responsive. Whether the network connection is slow or disconnects, or the user just wants to cancel a long task, using a [`CancellationToken`][CancellationToken] in .NET makes it easy to cancel those long tasks.
Cancelling in-progress network operations is critical for applications to maintain responsiveness and avoid doing work that isn't needed anymore. There are many situations where you want to cancel on-going work. This article shows you how it is done.
In my position with the Azure SDK team, I'm fortunate to talk to a lot of customers about their needs. Most applications can be categorized into big buckets where we can see the same design patterns repeated. One of those categories is data processing.
If you are developing an ASP.NET Core application, you know that there is a common way of structuring your application. The tooling within Visual Studio makes this very easy to accomplish. Similarly, when integrating the AZURE SDK, there are good and bad ways to structure your code. This article covers the best practices.
Todays topic is diagnostics with Python applications. I have a fairly complex application, and something is going wrong. Azure provides a capability within Azure Monitor called transaction monitoring that tracks a transaction (such as an API call) from your application all the way through to the service that fulfills the request. This is power
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