Create a "beta" environment for .NET 4.0 tests and evaluation.
>NET 4 framework is now available, http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd573348.aspx.
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Hi there -
In case you missed it, I wanted to flag this for you. I realize it's not support yet, but it's coming fast.
Upcoming Support in Windows Azure for .NET Framework 4
As we announced at MIX 2010, .NET 4 will be available in Windows Azure within 90 days of .NET 4 RTM. As part of our preparation for that, the latest operating system build available in Windows Azure contains the .NET 4 RC. Although you cannot use this build to run .NET 4 applications, please let us know if having .NET 4 RC in the build has any effect on your existing applications.
More info at the source here, http://blogs.msdn.com/windowsazure/archive/2010/04/07/upcoming-support-in-windows-azure-for-net-framework-4.aspx
Thanks for the suggestion here, I understand the need. I did want to close the loop and communicate here what has been communicated by Microsoft elsewhere, Windows Azure will support .NET 4 shortly after it RTMs, not before. As the date gets closer, I'll communicate it here.
Thakns - Mike
Mark Rendle commented
At this stage, even just having a CTP-quality local Development Fabric with .NET 4.0 support would be invaluable.
Sage Grahame commented
I second the response from BWC.
After .NET 4.0 goes live, we would like it to be available in the cloud.
I think that the topic title should be changed to reflect that.
Paul Spencer Chapman commented
I'd 2nd that - .Net 4.0 has facilities that we want to use in Azure projects - the absence of it is therefore an issue for us.
As .NET 4.0 gets closer to live, this "beta" environment request should become to create a production environment for .NET 4.0