A New Set Of Azure Management Libraries Released

A new set of Azure management libraries for Java, .NET and Python released in public preview.

Microsoft announced a new set of Azure management libraries for Java, .NET and Python in public preview.
 
These libraries follow the requirements of the Azure SDK and share a range of core features, such as protocols for authentication, HTTP retries, logging, and transportation. Microsoft believes that this will make the libraries easier to learn and integrate into management scenarios.
 
Microsoft said that the aim of these management libraries is to enhance the productivity of Azure resource management developers and to provide idiomatic, consistent, accessible, diagnosable, and reliable code for easy integration with Azure resources.
 
This preview release features the most common and core services in Azure based on the feedback the company has been hearing. The company said that it will speed up the pace of covering more services while it continues to improve the quality of its preview libraries.
 
The services this release support for these new management libraries for Java include App Service, Authorization, Compute, Cosmos, Key Vault, Managed Identity, Monitor, Network, Resources, SQL Database, Storage.
 
For .NET: App Configuration, Compute, Event Hubs, Key Vault, Network, Resources and Storage.
 
For Python: App Configuration, Compute, Event Hubs, Monitor, Key Vault, Network, Resources and Storage.
 
For more information, you can visit the official announcement here.