DisneyMinecraft, the world’s biggest Minecraft server, is scheduled to be updated to Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform and is set to be the first major Minecraft server to switch to the Azure cloud.
The Minecraft Server Manager is a tool that will allow Minecraft players to set up and run their own Minecraft server.
Microsoft is the parent company of Mojang, which makes the popular online game, which is also popular among developers.
In its announcement of the service update, Microsoft said the Minecraft Server will be upgraded “to the latest version of Microsoft Azure”, which is a cloud platform that allows developers to create cloud-based applications and services.
“With the Minecraft server update, the Minecraft servers will be fully supported for a period of time,” Microsoft said.
According to Microsoft, Minecraft servers can be upgraded on-demand using Azure’s Azure Portal.
Minecraft server update will also add support for the Minecraft Cloud SDK, which allows developers of Minecraft games to deploy and manage their own applications.
While Microsoft has not said how much the Minecraft cloud service will cost, the service will be free to users of Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud services, which include Minecraft servers.
Currently, Microsoft’s Minecraft servers run on Windows Azure, but Microsoft is said to be working on making it free for developers to run their servers in the cloud.
Microsoft said the update will be rolled out to Minecraft servers “soon”.
It said Minecraft Server manager will allow users to set a server up and allow it to serve up custom platters and other items for their Minecraft servers, while players can also create custom worlds for the servers.