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Application Insights is now available in Central India and Canada Central.
The language documentation site of Log Analytics and Application Insights has been merged into the standard Log Analytics documentation.
Learn about the latest regular update to Azure API Management.
Azure Functions 2.0 runtime is now generally available
We're bringing together our existing capabilities for monitoring infrastructure, apps, and networks under the moniker of Azure Monitor to provide a unified offering that delivers full stack monitoring for your applications.
We have brought the Analytics portal in Application Insights and the Advanced Analytics portal in Log Analytics into the Azure portal.
Learn KQL (the query language used in Application Insights and Log Analytics). Go from a beginner to a pro in just a few hours through a free, exercise-driven course.
In Azure Log Analytics, you quickly select a different workspace to query, without losing the context of what you were working on.
The Azure Security Center update on July 1 includes many features, including a redesigned overview dashboard and new security recommendations.
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.
Logic Apps is available in the US Gov Texas region.
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,
For the Summarize and Join operators, we recommend that you modify your query syntax where applicable in saved searches and alerts, to avoid result ambiguity.
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.
Azure Maps is now Generally Available
Azure Standard Load Balancer is now generally available in all public regions. Standard Load Balancer enables you to scale your applications and create high availability for small scale deployments to large and complex multi-zone architectures. You can create resiliency for all your virtual machine resources inside a virtual network. It supports inbound as well as outbound connections, provides low latency and high throughput, and scales up to millions of flows for all TCP and UDP applications.
By embedding visuals into your application, you can get in-page analytics where only the most relevant and insightful data resides next to your user’s day-to-day actions, making data-driven decisions easier.