In this video, learn why and how you need to grant specific roles to view exception information.
- [Instructor] So now that we've been causing and recording … these exceptions, let's go to portal.azure.com once again … where my application insights instance is and let's go … look for it, so it's right here. … And now what's important here is that these snapshots … can contain a lot of sensitive information, so access … to snapshots, well even owners and contributors don't … automatically have this role. … So you have to grant them this role. … So go to the IAM area, choose to add a role assignment, … and here choose application insights snapshot debugger … and I'm going to give myself this role and hit Save. … So why did I have to do this? … It's because even owners don't have this role by default … and that's because there's a lot of sensitive information … in the snapshots which is why I had to grant myself … this role. … …
- Using Application Insights to track and record exceptions
- Viewing exception details
- Diagnostic logging
- Viewing activity logs in Azure Monitor
- Assessing service health in Azure Monitor
- Displaying parameters from VMs and containers
- Tracking network-related assets
- Estimating your bill
- Viewing security and performance recommendations
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know1m 39s
1. Application Insights
2. Diagnostic Logging
3. Azure Monitor
Next steps2m 11s
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