Microsoft announces new Azure mobile applications for Android and iOS


Today, on stage at Microsoft’s Build Conference in Seattle, Principal Program Manager Scott Hanselman, announced a couple of major updates for Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. The biggest is a brand new management application for Android and iOS, which promises to allow sysadmins to manage their systems from their mobile devices. I can’t imagine doing much legwork from the cramped real-estate of an iPhone, but it’s pretty cool to have the option to view real-time analytics, and restart and provision virtual machines your phone. The other big change was the Azure Cloud Shell, which allows developers to quickly log into their…

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