lundi 24 septembre 2018
Vos clients attendent de vos applications qu’elles soient toujours opérationnelles. Quand ce n’est pas le cas, il est essentiel que vous puissiez rapidement déterminer où se situent les problèmes (dans l’infrastructure ou dans le code) et les résoudre.
mardi 11 septembre 2018
Application Insights has a first-class monitoring experience for teams using Java and Node.js
mardi 10 juillet 2018
At Microsoft Build 2017, we introduced a set of user behavior analytics tools for Application Insights as a preview. Since then, we’ve listened to your feedback, adding additional capabilities and…
jeudi 10 mai 2018
We are pleased to announce a series of improvements on Application Insights Profiler and Snapshot Debugger.
lundi 5 mars 2018
Our goal with Azure Monitoring tools is to provide full-stack monitoring for your applications. The top of this “stack” isn’t the client-side of your app, it’s your users themselves. Understanding…
mercredi 14 février 2018
Log Alerts for Application Insights (Preview) Application Insights is an extensible Application Performance Management (APM) service for web developers on multiple platforms.
lundi 25 septembre 2017
Today at the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida, we announced a range of new monitoring and analytics capabilities in Azure bringing together application and infrastructure monitoring in a unified curated overview in Azure Monitor. We are significantly optimizing your experience with the new log analytics, metrics exploration, application performance monitoring and failure investigations. We also announced integration of Azure alerts with IT Service Management tools and new solutions for Container Monitoring.
lundi 21 août 2017
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.…
lundi 7 août 2017
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?
jeudi 29 juin 2017
Do you find yourself scrambling for information when investigating application performance issues? Do you spend hours (sometimes even days) gathering and reporting on usage and incidents of your application to stakeholders?