Azure Storage Explorer is a standalone tool that empowers you to efficiently work with several Azure Storage Services. While working with Azure, using Azure Storage Explorer has been remarkably helpful in all perspective of development, debugging as well as for monitoring. You can connect with your Azure Subscription and then fiddle around with storage account associated with the relevant subscription.
In the past few posts, we have discussed creating VSTS work items or GitHub Issues for Application Insights. We have seen how we have seen how quickly create VSTS Work Items for Application Insights Telemetry from Visual Studio. We have also learned about, creating GitHub Issues for App Insights Telemetry from Visual Studio. While creating work items for… Read More »
You can pin Azure resource details from blades to Azure Portal dashboard. Application Insight allows you to create Azure dashboard very effectively from the overview page. You may want similar dashboard for your Azure solution where you want to pin up specific resource details from different blades. For an instance, rather pinning the App Service, you want to… Read More »
You can add custom HTML to Azure Portal dashboard using the Markdown control. Creating custom dashboard in Azure Portal is very easy. Recently, I have also covered a series of posts on Azure Portal Tips & Tricks, which talks about several features of Azure Dashboard. Markdown control can help you add custom HTML to Azure Portal. There are… Read More »
You can share Azure Portal dashboard to other users with having access to the same Azure Subscription. Now, how do you identify the shared dashboards in Azure Portal? You can create your personal dashboards such as Azure service health dashboard, or any other Azure services monitoring, or data flow dashboard. It could be useful sharing the dashboard with… Read More »
To identify resources with tags, you can locate Azure resources tags easily. Azure Tags allows us to identify a specific set of Azure resources for the specific category, or logically organize them for better management. Azure tags are just a name and value pairs. Once resources are tagged, you can filter, search or event organized based on the tags. You can… Read More »
You can Tag multiple Azure resources together from Azure Portal. Azure Tags allows us to identify a specific set of Azure resources for the specific category, or logically organize them for better management. Once resources are tagged, you can filter, search or event organized based on the tags. Azure tags are just a name and value pairs. For… Read More »