Virtual Developer Seats: Microsoft Dev Box Launches Public Beta

Virtual Developer Seats: Microsoft Dev Box Launches Public Beta

Microsoft has to developer conference build This year a custom virtualization service for developers called Microsoft Dev Box Introduced, service is made AzureVirtual Desktop and its purpose is to provide developers with new possibilities for their projects.

Now Dev Box starts the public testing phase. Since Build 2022, Microsoft had already given interested parties access via the invitation system, but this restriction no longer applies.

The main advantage of Dev Box is that developers can use a pre-configured environment to write code without worrying about the underlying architecture.

Microsoft Provides Virtual Developer Workstation With Dev Box

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The idea behind Dev Box is to provide cloud-hosted, development-ready workstations that are quick to launch and easily accessible from anywhere. Workstations can also be deployed in Azure deployment environment, in tune and Endpoint Manager, so that developers can quickly get started with existing project templates. Access to the dev box can be controlled through Azure Active Directory (AAD). Different virtual machines can be set up for different use cases. These start with 4 vCPU and 16 GB RAM and go up to 32 vCPU and 128 GB RAM. The selection is likely to be important for later accounts, but so far little has been disclosed. Dev Box is currently in beta stage to try out free for the first 15 hours, but requires an Azure subscription. Microsoft has more information on the offer A special page for the announcement of the Dev Box,

With Dev Box, Microsoft is expanding its offering to developers through the Azure Virtual Desktop Service. When this service will finally be released has not been announced yet.

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