Create a desktop/mobile app to mange my Azure account
I want to mange my Azure account without the website using Windows, Windows Mobile, iOS, and Android apps
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Pertho Chowdhury commented
Kevin Miles commented
The online dashboard is just too slow to be usable.
How on earth can you think it is OK to inflict this on your Users?
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Dave Griffiths commented
Mobile app for iOS and Android just announced at BUILD 2017 and available here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/features/azure-portal/mobile-app/
Please create a mobile app to manage Azure objects even with limited functionality such as creating a VM, starting/stopping/rebooting a VM, re-sizing of VM and check service status of backups and other jobs.
Zangerdeks Kures commented
See you soon! Would be cool to have Azure app in windows 10 to handle atleast VM management, like start , stop, RDP functionality.
create simple dashboard and maybe another simple feature in mobile apps android, ios and also windows phone. so i can monitor from my phone
well,while using a mobile is have been must now-a-days
some of us miss their phones some of us were spoiled of some reasons so contacts are very important and getting back them is difficult
David Ludwig commented
For what it's worth, I'd be just as happy with a good, web-based mobile app (or web site), one that hypothetically worked on any platform that had a decent enough web browser.
Ian Green commented
I have used the iPhone app but it is tedious to use. I have a Windows tablet so I can do what I need with Azure with a full browser.
Veerendra Jetty commented
It is very slow to Azure Portal, to control the Start, Stop, Restart of VM.
Better to have Handy Application to Control All VM's in one Place and from any where.
Nicholas Eden commented
I'd rather see the portal improved over creating more portals.
Teppei Ishii commented
+1 from Japan customer.
Currently, Azure Portal can be managed through smart phones (Windows, iPhone or Android); but it's not friendly enough.
The customer especially would like to start or stop their VM's, but with the current layouts, he could stop some other VM's by mistake.
Barkah Yuriswan Sakti commented
Deven Suji commented
In this age where mobile devices have become a integral part of human life and plays a vital role to increase the productivity of an employee, i still see there is no app with which can manage portal.azure.com from mobile devices. I guess its time to get one created before Amazon does.
The new portal, while far more feature complete and better looking than the previous portal, is abysmally slow and convoluted compared to server operating system, system center, exchange, sharepoint, and other management tools. Put simply: I dread working in the Azure portal. A native desktop app would go a long way to fixing this.
We absolutely need a windows universal app for azure. It would very helpfull to use a tablet to handle everything on the go.
A mobile (Android, iOS) app or Windows 10 app that allows the user to monitor their dashboard would be fantastic
Micheal Colhoun commented
I would love to build a simple mobile app to manage a fee basic tasks on Azure like
- creating a VM
- starting/stopping a VM
- rebooting a VM
- changing size of VM
- adding inbound security rukes
- getting a link to the "Connect" button so I can rdp.
That's all! But since I don't even know where to start, I really would like an expert to show the way.
Release this on Github as an open source project, and I will personally take it on myself to extend it and to add other features.
GitHub did something similar. They released a simple app, then abandoned it, and the community picked it up and built severally great GitHub mobile apps on the back of the original "template".
My frustration comes from totally failing to do a simple task on the Azure portal like add an inbound rule. See attachment: