When you deploy a new version of your web app, you want to know immediately its effect on performance. Have response times improved or worsened, or is it showing failures?
Less than a year ago we shipped the first stable version of Application Insights SDK. A lot has happened since that time. Read on to learn more.
We released a new Application Insights Labs SDK specifically for monitoring WCF applications. Although Application Insights SDK for .NET Web Applications already supports HTTP-based WCF applications, it has never been optimized for WCF specifics.
We’re excited to announce that Application Insights will now automatically tell you about the performance of AJAX calls made by your web page apps.
There are people who love Application Insights, there are people who love Glimpse, and there are people who haven’t heard of these great tools. Take a moment to learn more.
Application Insights web tests will ping your application from multiple locations to check availability and then alert you when it is down. In this post I will explain how to automatically deploy a web test.
After great feedback from the community, we have invested in a new feature: Telemetry Processor. You can now inspect, filter and modify telemetry generated by the Application Insights SDK before it is sent to the backend service. Telemetry Processor is included in the new version of the SDK.
Sometimes you want to monitor the performance of an app but you don’t have access to the source code. Learn how to use Application Insights to monitor an app without rebuilding or redeploying it.