This project is no longer being updated.  This CodePlex project will be removed in September 2012.

 

The Windows Azure Platform Management Tool (MMC) enables you to easily manage your Windows Azure hosted services and storage accounts.  This tool is provided as a sample with complete source code so you can see how perform various management and configuration tasks using the Windows Azure Management and Diagnostics APIs. 

MMC

 

You can use the Windows Azure Platform Management Tool to perform the following operations:

hosted_services

Hosted Services

Upload, deploy, upgrade, and manage your hosted services in Windows Azure

diagnostics

Diagnostics

Configure instrumentation for Windows Azure applications (diagnostics) per source (perf counters, file based, app logs, infrastructure logs, event logs). Transfer the diagnostic data on-demand or scheduled. View / Analyze / Export to Excel and Clear instrumentation results.

certificates

Certificates

Upload / manage certificates for Windows Azure applications

storage_services

Storage Services

Configure Storage Services for Windows Azure applications

blobs

Blob Storage

Add / Upload / Download / Remove BLOBs and Containers and connect to multiple storage accounts, including local dev storage

queues

Queues

Add / Purge / Delete Windows Azure Queues

tables

Tables

Query and delete Windows Azure Tables

 

The Windows Azure Platform Management Tool also provides the following features:

extensibility

Extensibility

Create plugins for rich diagnostics data visualization (e.g. add your own visualizer for performance counters). Create plugins for table viewers and editors or add completely new modules! Plugin Engine uses MEF (extensibility framework) to easily add functionality.

powershell

PowerShell-based

The MMC experience is based on the Windows Azure Platform PowerShell cmdlets. If you don't like the management user interface, you can still use the underlying cmdlets to perform management operations within PowerShell.  You can also use the source code with the PowerShell cmdlets to see how to use the Windows Azure Management and Diagnostics APIs. 

 

Learn More

If you would like to learn more about the Windows Azure Platform, please checkout these key resources:

Last edited Aug 6, 2012 at 10:39 AM by jamescon, version 11