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We have brought the Analytics portal in Application Insights and the Advanced Analytics portal in Log Analytics into the Azure portal.
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Tables for custom logs now appear in the "Custom Logs" category, rather than the "Log Management" category.
There's a new option to resize and edit the query of Log Analytics and Application Insights Analytics tiles pinned to Azure dashboards.
Effective August 1, 2018, we’re making a change that will allow web tests to be paid with MSDN credits. This change will affect the GUID.
Users can add and manage tags—text labels—to APIs, operations, and products. Tags allow better group, filter, and search in deployments with a large number of entities.
The Azure API Management integration with Azure Application Insights is now available. With this integration, you now have the ability to troubleshoot and debug APIs more effectively by adding API Management telemetry into Application Insights,
Log alerts for Application Insights are generally available as part of Azure Monitor.
Cross-app query support is in preview, as part of log alerts for Application Insights.
With minimal effort, you can add Application Insights to your Azure functions and have a powerful tool for monitoring your applications.
Application Insights is generally available in East US, South Central US, West Europe, and North Europe. The US resource location has changed to align with the location of analytics data.
Learn about the differences you may encounter when you set up a deployment from source control in the Azure portal.
Now you have more control over availability web tests; can reduce the number of a false-positive alerts; and can control the frequency of tests, the number of failed locations that cause an alert, and the test interval.
Application Insights tiles are enabled for auto-refresh
Blade usability is standardized. This may affect customized pages.
Application Insights enables exporting charts and tables from Metric Explorer to Excel files.
Application Insights pricing starts with a free tier and is based on data volume. There's also a free trial of the Premium tier.
Application Insights adds support for iOS and Android apps, improved Java app support, and fine-time selection
Application Insights Public Preview includes iOS and Android support, performance counters and unhandled exceptions for Java apps, and fine-time selection.
Application Insights for the ASP.NET 5 web applications allows you to monitor and troubleshoot the new generation of ASP.NET applications.