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|azure portal us||0.02||0.9||1357||23|
|azure portal user management||0.88||0.6||9716||33|
|azure portal users||0.64||0.6||8407||70|
|azure portal usage||0.13||0.2||502||49|
|azure portal user guide||0.61||1||3995||19|
|azure portal url||0.52||0.1||5649||17|
|azure portal user settings||1.27||0.2||1170||53|
|azure portal user managment||0.12||0.2||9930||76|
|azure portal us govt||1.13||0.1||4998||25|
|azure portal user roles||0.49||1||9323||31|
|azure portal user access||1.75||0.9||6305||40|
UX here being User Experience. It is the experience you have for your smartphone or the experience you are having driving a car, all of which changes over time evolving to meet the customer’s need. For this post I am focusing on a very particular UX, the UX of a management portal for a cloud service provider, Microsoft Azure Cloud Service Platform.What can I do with Azure portal?
With the Azure portal, you can manage your Azure subscription using a graphical user interface. You can build, manage, and monitor everything from simple web apps to complex cloud deployments. Create custom dashboards for an organized view of resources.What is the difference between Azure portal visual UX and rdfe?
The Portal Visual UX is not the only enhanced, The API layer interactions also got a revamp, the portal runs on top of a new API layer called ARM, Azure Resource Manager is much more user-friendly than RDFE. To see how ARM works on your Azure resources you can take a tour of it here. h ttps://resources.azure.comWhat happened to the portal UX team?
The portal team moved away from building the UX for entire Azure and focused on the building the framework that every team in Azure used to build their UX.