developer access to Microsoft Dev Box cloud-powered workstations

Microsoft is now allowing developers to access a preview version of its Microsoft Dev Box cloud-powered workstations. Dev Box includes apps and services designed specifically for developers to quickly access preconfigured workstations. The software giant announced Microsoft Dev Box earlier this year, and it’s effectively an easy way for developer to spin up powerful cloud PCs for testing applications. Windows 365 helps manage Microsoft Dev Box, and developers can now preview quickly accessing these Azure Virtual Desktop machines anywhere from a modern browser. Developers will be able to preview a Microsoft Dev Box configured with eight virtual CPUs and 32GB of RAM. Microsoft Dev Box machines will support any integrated development environment (IDE), software development kit (SDK), or tools that run on top of Windows. Microsoft Dev Box will support machines with up to 32 virtual CPUs and 128GB of RAM. Microsoft has also created a portal for developers to organize dev boxes, which makes it ideal for managing legacy apps or older versions of apps for certain customers. (The Verge). Continue reading.

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