Azure for Python developers
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Get started quickly with Python on Azure.
Build and deploy a Python web app on Azure.
Use Visual Studio Code to create and query data in a globally-replicated database on Azure.
Store and retrieve data securely on Azure.
Azure Web Apps
Build, deploy and scale Python web apps on Linux.
Azure Kubernetes Service
Deploy and manage containerized apps with Kubernetes orchestration.
Use Linux or Windows Server VMs to run your code at scale.
Run Python code as a serverless function.
Data Science, AI, and Machine Learning
Azure Machine Learning
Discover Azure services to prepare and train data, and deploy machine learning models.
Run Python data science experiments using a fully-managed Jupyter notebook.
Virtual machines for data science
Quickly create a virtual machine with popular tools for data science pre-installed.
Distributed data processing
Use a managed Hadoop or Spark cluster with Azure HDInsights for large data processing workloads.
Build applications using Azure services for computer vision, text analysis, speech recognition, and more.
Store files securely using highly available and scalable cloud storage.
Store data in a globally-distributed, scalable, and multi-model NoSQL database.
Read and write data from Python to an Azure Redis Cache.
Azure Database for PostgreSQL
Create a PostgreSQL instance on Azure and connect to it using Python.
Azure Database for MySQL
Create a MySQL instance on Azure and connect to it using Python.
Set up a managed SQL server in Azure.
Unlock data insights using simple, secure, and scalable real-time data ingestion
Send messages across the cloud through FIFO queues or topic subscriptions.
Security and integration
Tools for Python on Azure development
Azure SDK reference for Python
Visual Studio Code
Develop Python apps and deploy to Azure using Visual Studio Code.
Visual Studio IDE
IntelliSense, development, profiling and debugging tools for Python in Visual Studio Code.
Manage Azure resources from the command line.
Windows subsystem for Linux
Run Linux applications natively on Windows 10 with a range of distributions.