The Azure SDK team is pleased to announce our September 2022 client library releases.

16 packages released this month.

Stable Packages (8)

  • Resource Management - Container Service

  • Resource Management - Dashboard

  • Resource Management - Deviceupdate

  • Resource Management - Labservices

  • Resource Management - Media Services

  • Resource Management - Nginx

  • Resource Management - Redis

  • Resource Management - Storage

Patch Updates (1)

  • Core

Beta Packages (7)

  • Event Hubs

  • Resource Management - Agrifood

  • Resource Management - Alerts Management

  • Resource Management - Communication

  • Resource Management - Connectedvmware

  • Resource Management - Container Service

  • Resource Management - Devcenter

Release highlights

Core 1.1.3 Changelog

Bugs Fixed

  • Adjusted the initial retry delay to 800ms per the Azure SDK guidelines.

Event Hubs 0.1.1 Changelog

Breaking Changes

  • In the first beta, ConsumerClient took constructor parameter that required a partition ID, which meant you had to create multiple ConsumerClients if you wanted to consume multiple partitions. ConsumerClient can now create multiple PartitionClient instances (using ConsumerClient.NewPartitionClient), which allows you to share the same AMQP connection and receive from multiple partitions simultaneously.
  • Changes to EventData/ReceivedEventData:
  • ReceivedEventData now embeds EventData for fields common between the two, making it easier to change and resend.
  • ApplicationProperties renamed to Properties.
  • PartitionKey removed from EventData. To send events using a PartitionKey you must set it in the options when creating the EventDataBatch:
batch, err := producerClient.NewEventDataBatch(context.TODO(), &azeventhubs.NewEventDataBatchOptions{
PartitionKey: to.Ptr("partition key"),

Bugs Fixed

  • ReceivedEventData.Offset was incorrectly parsed, resulting in it always being 0.
  • Added missing fields to ReceivedEventData and EventData (CorrelationID)
  • PartitionKey property was not populated for messages sent via batch.

Features Added

  • Adding in the new Processor type, which can be used to do distributed (and load balanced) consumption of events, using a CheckpointStore. The built-in checkpoints.BlobStore uses Azure Blob Storage for persistence. A full example is in example_processor_test.go.

Resource Management - Agrifood 0.7.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Alerts Management 0.7.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Communication 2.0.0-beta.2 Changelog

Resource Management - Connectedvmware 0.1.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Container Service 2.1.0-beta.1 Changelog

Resource Management - Container Service 2.1.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Dashboard 1.0.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Devcenter 0.1.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Deviceupdate 1.0.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Labservices 1.0.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Media Services 3.1.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Nginx 1.0.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Redis 2.0.0 Changelog

Resource Management - Storage 1.1.0 Changelog

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Installation Instructions

To use the latest GA and beta libraries use the go get command to add the package to a go.mod file. If your project does not use Go modules, refer to the Go documentation for information about specifying dependencies.

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