Queries can start with either a table name like search or union operators. These commands are useful during data exploration and for searching terms over the entire data model. However, these operators are not efficient for productization in alerts.
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The right technology choices can accelerate success for a cloud born business. This is true for the fintech start-up clearTREND Research. Their solution architecture team knew one of the most important decisions would be the database decision between SQL or NoSQL.
Application Insights has a first-class monitoring experience for teams using Java and Node.js
This post is the second part of two blog posts describing how to setup a CI/CD pipeline using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) for deploying a Dockerized custom WordPress website working with Azure WebApp for Containers and Azure Database for MySQL.
This post is the first part of two blog posts, describing how to setup a CI/CD pipeline using VSTS for deploying a dockerized custom WordPress website working with Azure WebApp for Containers and Azure Database for MySQL.
Log Alerts for Application Insights (Preview) Application Insights is an extensible Application Performance Management (APM) service for web developers on multiple platforms.
To help you leverage your telemetry data and better monitor the behavior of your Azure applications, we are happy to provide a Jupyter Notebook template that extends the power of Application Insights.…
Azure Application Insights provides powerful search capabilities to query and get insights from your telemetry data. Often, you may find yourself running the same queries repeatedly to validate whether your service is functioning properly or to find trends and anomalies. Wouldn’t it be nice to turn those repetitive queries into your own workflows so you can save time as well as turn those insights into actions?
Detect slowdown in dependency performance Smart Detection and Profiler integration