azure

A 3-post collection

Getting Azure Service Bus Namespace Information

Introduction Starting from version 3.3 of the .NET Standard client library for Azure Microsft Bus service, we can get programmatically its namespace information. In this blog post, I explain how to create a new vanilla Service Bus and how to get its namespace info using C#. Prerequisites I used the following tools and libraries: Visual Studio 2019 Preview .NET Core SDK 2.2.102 Microsoft.Azure.ServiceBus 3.3.0 Azure Service Bus Azure Service Bus One among my favorite Azure services is the Azure Service Bus. That's why I prefer to save it in my saved list. It's a shortcut for me to create a new Service Bus. Azure Service Bus is a cloud-based messaging service providing queues...

A strange bug in Azure Cosmos DB SQL API account (SDK Version 3 Preview)

It is important to read the official documentation. Sometimes, you feel the need to add some value. After seeing the tweet below, I spent almost my weekend studying the new tutorial which I highly recommend for beginners with Azure Cosmos DB. Try out the preview of the new #CosmosDB .NET SDK! Get started with a tutorial for #dotnet or #dotnetcore, and let us know your feedback!💡.NET: https://t.co/Xpjjkhun7V.NET Core: https://t.co/rNE36EZ3QA— Deborah Chen (@ChenDeborah) December 13, 2018 Used Versions Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Client library = 3.0.0.1-preview .NET Core 3.0 Preview 1 Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1 or Visual Studio Code Insiders 13.1 Windows 10 Enterprise N 1809 In...

What's new on ASP.NET Core RC2? dotnet cli on Azure CentOS 7.1

In this blog post, I target another platform for .NET CLI. This platform is CentOS 7.1 ! The CentOS Linux distribution is a stable, predictable, manageable and reproducible platform derived from the sources of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Since March 2004, CentOS Linux has been a community-supported distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by Red Hat. As such, CentOS Linux aims to be functionally compatible with RHEL. As I mentioned in my previous blog post, open dot.net then choose Linux platform where you will find 4 Linux different distributions. I'm Windows developer so I choose Microsoft Azure VM service to provide me with CentOS VM. Azure VM CentOS 7.1 Creation Let's go to the...