Tag Archives: Azure

Release Annotations


This functionality had been available previously under the name “Deployment Markers” back when Application Insights existed under Visual Studio Online.  Release Annotations for Application Insights is an extension for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2015 Update 2 that will create annotations on the Application Insights Metrics Explorer timeline. To get started […]

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The new web based Release Management “V.Next”


Release Management has been moving at a eager pace at Microsoft which you can see today on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).  I have been waiting for this same experience to be available on-premises and I’m happy to say it is included with the Release Candidate of TFS 2015 Update 2! Lots of new release […]

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Simple Performance Testing for your Web App hosted in Microsoft Azure


Whether you have created an ASP.NET Web Application using the Visual Studio 2015 wizard and published it to Azure or you have uploaded some website files to a Web Application to Azure wouldn’t it be nice to have some way of performing a simple performance test to help you determine whether everything is alright with your […]

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MICROSOFT CLOUD TO TOUCH DOWN IN CANADA


Toronto, June 2, 2015 – Microsoft today announced plans to deliver commercial cloud services from Canada. Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online will be delivered from Toronto and Quebec City in 2016, further strengthening Microsoft’s footprint in Canada’s competitive cloud landscape. Read more…

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Microsoft Visual Studio vNext & Azure

Join us for the Virtual Event for Microsoft Visual Studio vNext and Azure


A cloud-first, mobile-first, developer-first, virtual event Don’t miss the Microsoft virtual event for developers this November! Scott Guthrie, S. Somasegar, Brian Harry, and Scott Hanselman will take the stage to show innovative, new Microsoft products, services, and technologies including .NET, Azure, Visual Studio, and Visual Studio Online. Dive deeper into the technical details behind the […]

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