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New Azure Integration Packages in ASP.NET Core 5 #408

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anurse opened this issue Mar 4, 2020 · 0 comments
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New Azure Integration Packages in ASP.NET Core 5 #408

anurse opened this issue Mar 4, 2020 · 0 comments

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@anurse anurse commented Mar 4, 2020

Please use dotnet/aspnetcore#19570 for any discussions on this announcement.

ASP.NET Core currently includes three packages designed to integrate our components with Azure services. Specifically, the following three packages:

The Azure SDK team is introducing brand new packages that provide the same extensions using the latest version of the Azure SDK. These packages will be maintained by the Azure SDK team at the Azure/azure-sdk-for-net repository. Moving these packages over to the Azure SDK team will allow that team to update them as the SDKs themselves are updated, rather than being tied to the .NET Core schedule.

If you are using any of the packages listed above, we suggest replacing them with the preview version of the new packages:

These new packages are supported on .NET Core 2.1 and 3.1 so you do not need to wait for 5.0 to update! They are currently in preview, but a fully-supported General Availability (GA) release will be coming soon.

These are new packages that bring in a new version of the Azure SDK which includes breaking changes. The general usage patterns are the same as the existing packages, but some overloads and options may be different (in order to react to the changes to the underlying Azure SDK APIs).

The existing Microsoft. packages listed above will continue to be fully supported by the ASP.NET Core team for the lifetime of .NET Core 2.1 and 3.1. However, they will not be shipping in .NET 5. When upgrading your application to .NET 5, you will need to transition to the Azure. packages in order to be supported.

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