Take a look at the features available in the Azure portal to keep track of Azure Logic App operations, inlcuding Diagnostics and Alerts. Also highlighted is the API management capabilities of Azure for functionality often needed during ongoing production operations.
- [Instructor] Once you have Azure Logic Apps deployed…into production, you will want to keep a close eye on them.…Of course we have the Run history and Trigger history.…These are visible in the Azure portal for each logic app.…Let's look at our Twitter Monitor app.…At the bottom right, we see the Trigger history,…and we can filter in our search to look for failure,…look for successes, and generally determine…where issues may have occurred.…Similarly in the Run history, we can find those…that failed and take a look at them in more detail,…and we can of course, click through…and see what actually happened during execution.…
In addition to Trigger history and Run history,…we also have Azure diagnostics.…Now, you can use Azure diagnostics in combination…with Azure alerts to see what is happening…on a reactive basis.…So for example, if too many failures occur,…you can actually send yourself an alert.…I've created a brand new subscription for this course,…so I will first need to go…and enable this for my subscription.…
- What is Azure Logic Apps?
- API connections: triggers and actions
- Composing a workflow
- Adding custom code with Azure Functions
- Security and monitoring