It would be great if I could backup my Windows Azure SQL Databases using Azure Management Studio.115 votes
Basic support is coming soon for database management.
In Azure SDK 2.2 and Visual Studio 2013 you no longer use management certificates to get access to Azure, but instead you login with your Microsoft Account or Active Directory.
I would love to be able to do the same with Azure Management Studio.
Especialy if I was forced to login every time i start Management Studio, because I could then finally use your wonderful tool for production environment.379 votes
Over this weekend we released a new version of Azure Management Studio which lets you connect to your Azure Subscription using your Azure AD credentials. Currently you can only manage ARM Storage Accounts using this functionality, but more functionality will be added soon. Please update your copy of Azure Management Studio and give it a try. More information about this can be found on our blog at http://blog.cerebrata.com/managing-azure-resource-manager-storage-accounts-through-azure-management-studio/.
I cannot see V2 Azure Resource Manager based virtual machines in Azure Management Studio.
I'm hoping there is or will be support for the new platform.92 votes
We have started working on it. Since VM functionality is quite extensive, we will be breaking this functionality into multiple releases. In the 1st release, we’re including following features: List VMs, Delete VMs, Start/Stop/Restart/Deallocate VM, ability to RDP into VM.
If you’re interested in trying this out before we make a general release, please drop me an email and I will work on getting you access to one of our latest internal builds.
Instead of adding a subscription connection that only support management certificates it would be great to be able to add subscriptions using a username/password login (Like in Visual Studio or PowerShell with the Add-AzureAccount cmdlet)95 votes
We have started working on this. Over this weekend we released a new version of Azure Management Studio which has this feature. Currently you can manage ARM Storage Accounts using this functionality. Please update your version of AMS to start using this feature. More about this can be found on our blog at: http://blog.cerebrata.com/managing-azure-resource-manager-storage-accounts-through-azure-management-studio/.
Do give it a try and let us know your feedback.
I think saved queries are interesting but recently used queries are more interesting.
Can't the query text drop down reflect queries I've recently run?25 votes
This should be making an appearance in AMS beta 5.
Favorites in the "Connection Group" for often used Table, Containers, ...26 votes
First pass will introduce support to favorite blob locations. As we refine the table portion of the tool, we’ll do the same for tables.
We are also planning to overhaul the main tree to support project views, filtering by name, Azure facet etc.
Feel free to email me directly with any feedback on this work: firstname.lastname@example.org
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