SDKs

Get the SDKs and command-line tools you need.

Overview

The Azure SDKs are collections of libraries built to make it easier to use Azure services from your language of choice. These libraries are designed to be consistent, approachable, diagnosable, dependable, and idiomatic.

Key Resources

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News

Date News
5/21/2024
  We're excited to announce the latest updates to Azure Cache for Redis that will improve your data management and application performance as we kickoff for Microsoft Build 2024. Coming soon, the...
5/21/2024
In 2024, with the empowerment of AI, we will enter the era of AI PC. On May 20, Microsoft also released the concept of Copilot + PC, which means that PC can run SLM/LLM more efficiently with the...
5/21/2024
We are excited to introduce the AI Toolkit for Visual Studio Code, a powerful VS Code extension available today in the Visual Studio Marketplace. AI Toolkit enables developers to explore, try,...
5/21/2024
Azure Functions – Build update With Microsoft Build happening, the team wanted to give an update on the latest releases in Azure Functions. In recent years, serverless technologies and...
4/15/2024
Introduction This article presents a robust and secure mechanism for transferring logs and metrics data from legacy apps running in the Operational Technology (OT) layer of a factory network to...
4/15/2024
Azure Load Testing is now generally available in Fairfax cloud - USGov Virginia. US Government customers on the Fairfax cloud can now use Azure Load Testing, a fully managed load-testing service...
2/28/2024
Now you can use Azure SDKs including .NET SDK, Go SDK, Java SDK, JavaScript SDK, and Python SDK to manage the lifecycle of Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL clusters.
2/21/2024
Let's say you work for a company that has a lot of APIs. You might have a few questions:   How do you manage the lifecycle of those APIs? What governance would you apply to these APIs? What is...
2/15/2024
This is a step by step, no fluff guide to building and architecting cloud native applications. Cloud application development introduces unique challenges: applications are distributed, scale...
2/12/2024
Converting an AWS Lambda into an Azure Function using LLMs in Go The goal of this post is to show some strategies that can be used to convert AWS Lambda Functions into Azure Functions using...
1/30/2024
We released Distributed Tracing V2 for Durable Functions to help improve observability!    Durable Functions enables you to write long-running, reliable, event-driven, and stateful logic on the...
1/22/2024
Azure Load Testing (ALT) provides a rich and consolidated dashboard to analyze your load test results. However, you can also download or export the test results, build your own dashboards and...
10/25/2023
The Azure Functions team is thrilled to share the key investments made in 2023 to enhance our Java offering on the platform and delight customers. This post will also talk about the roadmap for...
9/28/2023
Elastic Cloud (Elasticsearch) – An Azure native ISV service is a cloud native deep integration experience for all Azure and Elastic joint customers to power their digital transformation. Using...
7/13/2023
Azure Load Testing is a fully managed load testing service that enables you to easily generate high scale load and gain actionable insights into the performance and scalability of your...
6/27/2023
Azure Load Testing is a fully managed load testing service that enables you to easily generate large scale load. I am excited to share that you can now run the tests using (Command-Line...
6/13/2023
The Dapr extension for AKS and Arc-enabled Kubernetes now supports Dapr v1.11.0.    Dapr is a developer framework for building cloud-native applications, making it easier to run multiple...