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    3 comments  ·  SDK and Tools  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    We are working on this currently. We’ve just deployed .NET and Node.js SDKs supporting service management, and are working on completing the same level of quality for Java. I’ll keep this post updated.

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    Azure Management Plane SDK for Java can be found here: https://github.com/Azure/azure-libraries-for-java

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    3 comments  ·  SDK and Tools » .NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    We have new .NET compat SDKs here: https://aka.ms/azsdklist

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    2 comments  ·  SDK and Tools » Python  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Token caching is something that is covered in the new Azure SDKs, which you can find here: https://aka.ms/azsdklist

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    Many of the SDKs available since this original post have been updated to support more unit testing scenarios. The management libraries are testable, and we have aspirations to provide mocking capabilities but this isn’t fully completed.

    I’m not sure about other areas of the SDK, for instance being able to mock the role environment or instances. We’ve discussed this in the past (and ongoing) and you know I’m a supporter of more testing features across the SDK landscape.

    I’m marking this as “Started,” though, because all the areas of Windows Azure are committed to providing better testing features, and it is a very big priority for the ADX team that our SDKs provide the development community with good unit testing support. I’m not sure this one would ever be “completable,” as the platform keeps growing, but you can rest assured we’re addressing this more aggressively now.

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    The Azure SDKs are being rebuilt with testability being a core design guideline. You can see all of the design guidelines here https://aka.ms/azsdkguide and you can find all of the new libraries here: https://aka.ms/azsdklist

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    It's been a year since you posted this, but I would also like to know which SDKs you are trying to use with Managed Identity? If you are using the new SDKs, then you can use ManagedIdentityCredential or DefaultAzureCredential. You can find the packages here: https://aka.ms/azsdklist

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    Thank you for your feedback. Providing this functionality is on our backlog but there is no ETA we can share at this time. We have logged this request in the GitHub repository for the new open source storage emulator, Azurite. Please continue the discussion there: https://github.com/Azure/Azurite/issues/38. We will provide updates when they become available on this ask as well as in the GitHub repository. For any further questions, or to discuss your specific scenario, send us an email at azurestoragefeedback@microsoft.com.

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    I realize this is an old thread, but just in case you happen upon this while trying to figure out how to use Azurite with HTTPS. I created a blog post to help you setup an HTTPS -> HTTP proxy https://blog.jongallant.com/2020/02/azurite-https-defaultazurecredential/ Please comment or vote for this item if you still need HTTPS.

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    Thanks Elio.

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    7 comments  ·  Azure IoT  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is not in our plans for now but definitively an interesting scenario.
    As of today you can already do so in different ways such as compressing data in your device code before sending and using an Azure Function on the back end that will be triggered each time a compressed message arrives. Not totally integrated into IoT Hub but gives you the choice of the compression format and flexibility in routing messages before decompressing content (using message headers for routing).

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    There is currently no way to compress IoT Hub message collections. Currently the SendEventBatchAsync method does not compress the payload. We'd like the DeviceClient.SendEventBatchAsync method to behave exactly as it does today, but just enable compression BEFORE sending to IoT Hub and decompression BEFORE sending to EventHubClient.SendBatchAsync.

    We know that we can create a receiver and decompress ourselves, but we don't want to do that because it breaks all downstream services that use IoT Hub as an input.

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