I’m happy to announce that the Application Insights Windows SDKs have reached the 1.0.0 milestone. By reaching the 1.0.0 milestone we will take on greater stability around SDK changes and a longer support lifetime.
Join us Thursday (June 25) at 11am PDT as we host a live broadcast for our community. We want you to come and learn more about what we’re working on, and answer your questions.
As part of Application Insights’ Public Preview we are launching a new cloud-friendly pricing model that is based on data volume per application and designed to offer great value for all development teams. Pricing goes into effect June 1, 2015, and will be at a 50% discount while in Public Preview.
Update Notification Hubs/Service Bus Namespace Type to “Notification Hub” and “Messaging” from “Mixed.”
In this post, I’d like to summarize my take on the changes that happened in the APM market and point out the differences between Systems Center Operations Manager, the old VSO version of Application Insights, and our new offering in Azure.
Video gaming has long been considered the forte of countries like Japan and USA. However, things have been quietly changing during the last few years with the fledgling gaming industry in India growing exponentially.
As you might heard, we are announcing Public Preview of Visual Studio Application Insights, which is an analytics solution for any app that brings together Application Performance Management and Usage Analytics.
With over 3 million published mobile apps, how do you make yours stand out?
Today, I am excited to announce the release of the Universal Windows Apps SDK for Mobile Engagement service!
Azure App Service introduces a new Premium Tier bringing increased scaling, deployment, and service capabilities plus the power of BizTalk services to app developers!