Monthly Archives: September 2018

Serial console for Azure VMs now generally available

September 26, 2018

Earlier this year, we released the public preview of Azure Serial Console for Virtual Machines (VMs). Today we are announcing the general availability of Serial Console and we’ve added numerous features and enhanced performance to make Serial Console an even better tool for systems administrators, IT administrators, DevOps engineers, VM administrators, and systems engineers.

Corporate Vice President, Azure

Azure Monitor is providing a unified logs experience

September 26, 2018

We’re happy to provide a new, unified log search and analytics experience for Azure Monitor logs, as announced earlier this week. Azure Monitor logs is the central analytics platform for monitoring, management, security, application, and all other log types in Azure.

Program Manager, Azure Log Analytics

Azure Monitor alerting just got better!

September 26, 2018

In March 2018, we announced the next generation of alerts in Azure. Since then, we have received overwhelming feedback from you appreciating the new capabilities and providing asks for the next set of enhancements. Today, I am happy to announce exciting new developments in Azure Monitor alerts.

Principal PM Manager, AIM India

A new way to send custom metrics to Azure Monitor

September 26, 2018

In today’s world of modern applications, metrics play a key role in helping you understand how your apps, services, and the infrastructure they run on, are performing. They can help you detect, investigate, and diagnose issues when they crop up. To provide you this level of visibility Azure has made resource-level platform metrics available via Azure Monitor.

Program Manager, Azure Monitor

Manage Azure Monitor using Java

September 26, 2018

Azure Monitor maximizes the availability and performance of your applications by delivering an end-to-end monitoring solution for collecting, analyzing, and acting on telemetry from your cloud and on-premises environments.

Principal Program Manager, Azure Developer Experience

Go Cloud-native with Spring Cloud on Azure

September 26, 2018

Spring Framework and its ecosystem are widely adopted by Java developers to build web applications. We are collaborating closely with Pivotal developers to bring a rich Spring on Azure experience to Java developers for existing and new cloud-native apps.

Program Manager, Java on Azure