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The Ultimate Guide to Azure Download Options and Tools


How to Download Azure SDKs and Tools




If you are a developer or a data professional who wants to work with Azure services, you need to download Azure SDKs and tools. These are collections of libraries and tools that make it easier to interact with Azure services from your preferred language and platform. In this article, you will learn what Azure is, why you should use Azure SDKs and tools, how to download them for different platforms, and how to use them.


What is Azure?




Azure is a cloud computing platform that offers a wide range of services for building, deploying, and managing applications and data. You can use Azure to host your web apps, databases, storage, analytics, AI, IoT, and more. You can also use Azure to integrate with other cloud providers and on-premises systems. Azure is flexible, scalable, secure, and cost-effective.




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Why use Azure SDKs and Tools?




Azure SDKs and tools are designed to help you work with Azure services more easily and efficiently. They provide consistent, approachable, diagnosable, dependable, and idiomatic libraries and tools for various languages and platforms. They also provide documentation, samples, and design guidelines to help you get started quickly. By using Azure SDKs and tools, you can save time and effort in developing and managing your applications and data on Azure.


How to Download Azure SDKs and Tools for Different Platforms




Azure SDKs and tools are available for different platforms such as Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript/TypeScript, Python, Go, etc. You can download them from the official Microsoft website or from GitHub repositories. Here are some examples of how to download Azure SDKs and tools for Windows, macOS, and Linux.


Windows




There are several ways to download Azure SDKs and tools for Windows. You can use the user installer, the system installer, the .zip file, or the unattended installation method.


User Installer




The user installer is recommended because it simplifies installations and updates and does not require Administrator privileges. It also provides a smoother background update experience. To use the user installer:


  • Download and run the for Windows.



  • <li Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.



  • Launch Azure Data Studio from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.



System Installer




The system installer requires Administrator privileges and installs Azure Data Studio for all users on the machine. It also allows you to customize the installation location and components. To use the system installer:


  • Download and run the for Windows.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.



  • Launch Azure Data Studio from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.



.zip File




The .zip file allows you to extract Azure Data Studio to any folder and run it without installation. It is useful for portable scenarios or when you want to have multiple versions of Azure Data Studio on the same machine. To use the .zip file:


  • Download the for Windows.



  • Extract the contents of the .zip file to a folder of your choice.



  • Navigate to the folder and double-click on AzureDataStudio.exe to run Azure Data Studio.



Unattended Installation




The unattended installation allows you to install Azure Data Studio silently using command-line parameters. It is useful for automation or deployment scenarios. To use the unattended installation:


  • Download the for Windows.



  • Open a command prompt as Administrator and navigate to the folder where you downloaded the installer.



  • Type the following command and press Enter: AzureDataStudio-windows-setup.exe /VERYSILENT /NORESTART /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES /LOG="C:\Temp\AzureDataStudio.log"



  • Wait for the installation to finish. You can check the log file for any errors or warnings.



  • Launch Azure Data Studio from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.



macOS




To download Azure SDKs and tools for macOS, you can use the .zip file method.


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.zip File




The .zip file allows you to extract Azure Data Studio to any folder and run it without installation. It is useful for portable scenarios or when you want to have multiple versions of Azure Data Studio on the same machine. To use the .zip file:


  • Download the for macOS.



  • Extract the contents of the .zip file to a folder of your choice.



  • Navigate to the folder and double-click on AzureDataStudio.app to run Azure Data Studio.



Linux




To download Azure SDKs and tools for Linux, you can use the .tar.gz file, the .deb file, or the .rpm file method depending on your Linux distribution.


.tar.gz File




The .tar.gz file allows you to extract Azure Data Studio to any folder and run it without installation. It is useful for portable scenarios or when you want to have multiple versions of Azure Data Studio on the same machine. To use the .tar.gz file:


  • Download the for Linux.



  • Extract the contents of the .tar.gz file to a folder of your choice.



  • Navigate to the folder and run AzureDataStudio.sh from a terminal window to launch Azure Data Studio.



.deb File




The .deb file allows you to install Azure Data Studio using a package manager such as apt-get or dpkg. It is useful for Debian-based Linux distributions such as Ubuntu or Mint. To use the .deb file:


  • Download the for Linux.



  • Open a terminal window and navigate to the folder where you downloaded the .deb file.



  • Type one of the following commands and press Enter: sudo apt-get install ./azuredatastudio-linux-1.32.0.deb or sudo dpkg -i azuredatastudio-linux-1.32.0.deb



  • Type your password when prompted and wait for the installation to finish.



  • <li Launch Azure Data Studio from the Applications menu or the desktop shortcut.



.rpm File




The .rpm file allows you to install Azure Data Studio using a package manager such as yum or dnf. It is useful for Red Hat-based Linux distributions such as Fedora or CentOS. To use the .rpm file:


  • Download the for Linux.



  • Open a terminal window and navigate to the folder where you downloaded the .rpm file.



  • Type one of the following commands and press Enter: sudo yum localinstall azuredatastudio-linux-1.32.0.rpm or sudo dnf install azuredatastudio-linux-1.32.0.rpm



  • Type your password when prompted and wait for the installation to finish.



  • Launch Azure Data Studio from the Applications menu or the desktop shortcut.



How to Use Azure SDKs and Tools




Once you have downloaded and installed Azure SDKs and tools, you can start using them to work with Azure services. Here are some examples of how to use Azure Data Studio and Azure Portal, two of the most popular Azure tools.


Azure Data Studio




Azure Data Studio is a cross-platform data tool that allows you to connect to and query data sources on Azure and other platforms. You can use Azure Data Studio to:


  • Create and manage databases, tables, views, stored procedures, functions, etc.



  • Write and execute SQL queries, scripts, and notebooks.



  • Visualize and analyze data using charts, dashboards, widgets, etc.



  • Import and export data using wizards, flat files, CSV files, etc.



  • Manage security and access control using roles, permissions, encryption, etc.



  • Monitor performance and troubleshoot issues using diagnostics, logs, metrics, etc.



  • Extend functionality using extensions, plugins, themes, etc.



To use Azure Data Studio, you need to:


  • Launch Azure Data Studio from your platform.



  • Create a connection to an Azure data source or another data source using the connection dialog box.



  • Select the data source from the Servers pane and explore its objects and properties.



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