In this video, learn about the diagnostic logging working inside Visual Studio.
- [Instructor] Now let's see Log Analytics in action. … So, as usual, start up Visual Studio 2017. … I'm going to create a very simple application. … File, New Project, choose to create … a new ASP.NET Application. … Let's call this DiagnosticsApp. … Let's just go with as simple and we can make it. … I went with a simple MVC app, … no complicated authentication stuff in there. … Let's wait for this project to get created. … Once my project is created, let's go … to the Controllers area, go to the HomeController … and here I am going to simply pretend like … a problem occurred. … So, I'm going to say, System.Diagnostics.Trace.TraceError … BOOOOO, or whatever message you want. … Basically, I'm pretending like there's a problem here. … Let's go ahead and run this. … So far, there is no Azure involved, … I haven't deployed this anywhere, … I'm running it locally. … In fact, I'm running it through Visual Studio. … Let's go ahead and run this. … Okay, let's wait for the browser to come up. …
- 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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