Top 20 NuGet azure Packages

Provides resource group and resource management capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft Azure Key Vault Core Class Library
This package contains the runtime assemblies required by Service Fabric's ReliableCollections APIs.
This package contains Service Framework Remoting APIs for building and connecting to reliable services on Microsoft Service Fabric.
Provides resource group and resource management (Fluent) capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
This package provides abstractions for creating AspNetCore Service Fabric microservices.
Serilog event sink that writes to Azure Table Storage over HTTP.
This package contains the common Service Framework APIs for building and connecting to reliable services on Microsoft Service Fabric.
This package provides FabricTransport to be used as the communication mechanism for Service Fabric microservices. This package is intended to be used by other official Microsoft ServiceFabric packages only.
Provides management (Fluent) capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
A Serilog sink that writes events to Azure WebJob Host's TraceWriter.
This package provides Diagnostics functionality to be used by Service Fabric Actors and Service framework. This package is intended to be used by other official Microsoft ServiceFabric packages only.
ASP.NET Core lightup integration with Azure AppServices.
Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store Filesystem Library for Dot Net
Provides Monitor service management (Fluent) capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
Provides EventHub service management (Fluent) capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
Azure Storage provider extension for the Durable Task Framework.
Provides Managed Service Identity Management (Fluent) capabilities for Microsoft Azure.
This package contains assemblies required by Service Fabric's ReliableCollections APIs.
Use this package if you're developing automation in .NET to manage Azure Search indexes, synonym maps, indexers, data sources, or other service-level resources. If you only need to query or update documents in your indexes, use the Microsoft.Azure.Search.Data package instead. If you need all the fun...