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Custom transport in Python SDK: an HTTPX experiment

One of the most important design concepts of the new Azure SDK for Python is that the SDK is modular. This allows us to provide highly customizable HTTP pipelines that users can configure to their own needs. In this article, I will briefly describe the main HTTP pipeline for the Azure SDK for Python, then focus on the HTTP transport and the ab

Introducing new previews for Azure management libraries

We’re excited to announce that a new set of Azure management libraries for Java, .NET and Python are now in Public Preview. These libraries follow the Azure SDK guidelines and share a number of core features such as authentication protocols, HTTP retries, logging, and transport protocols.

Forecasting Service scale out with Jupyter Notebooks in Visual Studio Code

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 ...

Enabling distributed tracing with the Azure SDK for Python

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