In this video, get a walk-through of how to set up Application Insights in Visual Studio.
- [Instructor] Software moves really fast these days … so the first thing I'm going to do … is that now that we have a basic understanding … of what Application Insights is, … I want to show this in action to you. … But before we move further … I think it would be wise to sort of poke around … and see what my development environment looks like. … Versions are important you know, … especially when software releases very, very quickly. … So the first thing I'd like you to understand … is that I've connected my Visual Studio installation … to an Azure subscription. … Specifically in the Server Explorer … you'll see that I have connected it … to an Azure subscription. … Currently there's really not much … inside of my Azure subscription, … it's mostly empty but that's okay. … Okay, let me also show you what version I am on. … I'm using Visual Studio 2017, version 15.8.7. … I'm sure by the time you're watching this … the versions will have moved on. … One thing I want you to make sure … is that you need to make sure that you've got something …
- 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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