Spring is in the air, and as we celebrate these longer days and warmer air and sprinkles of sunshine in the Pacific Northwest, the Java development team at MS Open Technologies, Inc. has also emerged with some useful updates. For Jenkins users we’ve added some new features to make deployments even easier, including a build action to download from a Blob and a post-build action to clean a container.
Check out the full story on the MS Open Tech Blog: http://msopentech.com/?p=859501
As many of you know, MongoLab is an easy to use, rock-solid, free MongoDB-as-a-Service offering backed by a great support team. MongoLab’s latest paid options in the Azure Store, brought to you by Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., now include larger capacity dedicated clusters of up to 56GB of RAM per node with availability in eight Azure datacenters worldwide.
Check out the full story on the MS Open Tech Blog
Good news for WordPress developers and webmasters! Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. has released a new Bing Translator plugin that lets you apply the power of Bing Translator to any WordPress site running version 3.8 or later. Visitors can translate your site into their preferred language in one click without leaving the page once this light-weight, cross-browser plugin is installed. This plugin also provides options for a setting a color scheme, as well as an option to allow visitors to suggest translations. Check out the Blog post at msopentech.com for more detail.
Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., has now published the Azure Toolkit for Eclipse (by Microsoft Open Technologies) - April 2014 release. This update accompanies the release of Azure SDK 2.3, which is a pre-requisite. You will be offered the option to install it automatically when you create the first project after installing the toolkit.
This release includes multiple enhancements since the February 2014 release, including support for new versions of application servers (Tomcat 8), JDKs (Azul Zulu v1.7 update 51 and v1.6 update 47), support for larger, bigger memory Azure instances (A8 and A9), improved handling of SSL and HTTPS, and in-place upgrading of deployed applications.
Have a look at the msopentech.com Blog post for more details.