Windows Azure SDK 2.0 Released
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So what’s new?
Web Sites – VS Tooling for diagnostics, management, and simplified publishing
Cloud Services Diagnostics – VS Tooling for configuring and viewing diagnostics data on a live service without redeployment
Cloud Services – Support for newly available high memory VM sizes
Storage – Storage client 2.0 in new projects + VS Server Explorer Tooling for working with Service Bus – Updated client library with support for browsing messages, the message pump programming model, and auto-deleting idle messaging entities .
In 2.0, you can now create and delete Windows Azure tables, add/edit/delete table entities from Visual Studio server explorer itself. This saves you time and allows you to use Visual Studio as the single tool you need to build apps using tables.
Get Thee the Bits!
In addition, Windows Azure PowerShell (separate download) has moved to PowerShell 3.0 while adding numerous commands for Web Sites, Cloud Services, VMs, and more. You can find the full change log here.
New Sizes for You
You can see what the two new high memory instance sizes that are now available on this updated chart.
|Virtual Machine Size||CPU Cores||Memory||Disk Space for Cloud Services||Disk Space for Virtual Machines||Allocated Bandwidth (Mbps)||Maximum data disks (1 TB each)||Maximum IOPS (500 maximum per disk)|
Extra Large- A4
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