Microsoft really loves Java. I’m amazed by how many teams are putting out Java SDKs, and I am fortunate enough to work with all of them! Today two Java SDKs were released by Microsoft for the Microsoft Graph SDK, and for Application Insights. Here is a quick summary of each of them:
Microsoft Graph SDK for Java Preview
The Microsoft Graph SDK is what developers use to build smart productivity apps, but connecting to mail, calendar, contacts, documents, directory, devices, and more. The Java SDK for the Microsoft Graph now makes it easier than ever to access these services and to write Java-based applications.
Application Insights for Java SDK 2.0.0
The 2.0.0 release of the Application Insights API for Java provides the next level of distributed tracing functionality: end to end trace visibility over HTTP, enhanced sampling, and much more. You can learn more about how to use Application Insights on Microsoft Docs.