In this video, watch the same logging working in Application Insights running in Azure.
- [Instructor] So my application is written, … it's just a simple plain, vanilla MVC application, … the only difference is that I've added line number 13 here … which is a trace error message. … And the text really doesn't matter … but I've chosen to say boo. … Okay, let's go ahead and deploy this to Azure. … How do we do that? … Right-click on the project, choose to publish, … there are many other ways of doing this … but I'm going to go with this mechanism. … I will choose to create a new app service, … and just click on publish. … So it's going to pick all the subscriptions that I have, … and I'm going to go ahead and put this … in a new resource group, let's call it … DiagnosticsApp, and I'll put Sahil in front … just to make sure that it's unique, … and give it a hosting plan. … Let's go ahead and enable Application Insights as well. … That's the app name, that needs to be unique, … chances are it is unique, and I'm going to click on create. … Now let's give it a few minutes, or maybe a few seconds, …
- 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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