I was wondering what my options were for submitting jobs to a scheduler running on Azure. I know I can use the REST based API. Since I'm using .NET, is there some way that I can connect up to Azure using the SDK and the Scheduler API? If not, is there
a .NET wrapper for the REST based API?
Originating from outside of the deployment there is no current support for the .Net APIs to a scheduler running in Azure. The REST API is your best bet. No wrappers exists although the Samples are a good starting point for .Net developers.
Marked As Answer byAnandNathanWednesday, November 30, 2011 3:25 PM