Connecting Azure Bots with Application Insights is very important to get your Bot telemetry data, as well as Bot analytics information. When we create a bot using Azure Bot Services, it creates the Application Insights resources and linked with Azure Bot. So, as soon as you run your chatbot, it starts capturing telemetry data. So far everything is fine.… Read More »
You can export telemetry data from Application Insights using Continuous Export. Continuous export allows export telemetry data periodically and pushes it to Azure storages. This will help you retain data for futures, also allow you to process and Visualize data with your custom developed application.
You can query Application Insights telemetry data using Rest API. Application Insights helps us to track applications health in real time. You can track your application availability, performance issues, user’s session and diagnose crashes faster than ever. It provides a real-time dashboard for your app to monitor your application. With the help of Application Insights REST API, you can query… Read More »
You can create additional repositories from the existing code repository in Visual Studio Team Services. In VSTS, we create a Team Project and add code repository. You can have multiple code repository for the same code bases in case you want, and you can have it easily. From the Code menu option, select the repository from the code… Read More »
We can add custom HTML to VSTS dashboard using the Markdown control. This works in a very similar way as Azure Portal Dashboard – How to add custom HTML to Azure Portal Dashboard? . Markdown control can help you add custom HTML to your Team Project dashboard. There are several benefits of it, including notes, documents references related to dashboard and become… Read More »
When you have a Visual Studio Team Services account with a Team Project created, you can import an existing Git repository in your VSTS Team Project. You will find the “Import repository” option from the repository drop down. Import an existing Git Repository in your VSTS Open the Team Project in Visual Studio Team Services Portal and navigate… Read More »
You can start or stop multiple Azure App services together. You are familiar with the start, stop or restart an App Services from the App Service overview dashboard. This is fine as long as we are dealing with single App Service. But when there are cascading services for your Azure solution, and you may want to restart or… Read More »