With the new “Application Map” feature, you can visualize the overall application topology based on the incoming telemetry into Application insights. The Application Map generates based on the inbound telemetry information and then analyze them to discover the overall application topology by classifying them against each layers of abstractions.
The recent updates of Visual Studio 2015 brings several improvement for Application Insights tool for Visual Studio. One of such improvement is “quickly see all the telemetry events associated with the event”. Now, in Application Insight Search Window, additional to the event details we have an option called “Related Items”. This tab contains a pre-defined set of queries… Read More »
Instrumentation Key is the key integration point between your application and the Application Insights. This key is essential for sending the application telemetry data back to azure. If you create the Application Insights directly using Visual Studio; Visual Studio takes care of linking between your application and the key. If you create the Application Insights in portal first… Read More »
The recent updates of Application Insights tool for Visual Studio has several improvements. In the previous post we have seen one the improvement Viewing Exceptions Stack trace in Visual Studio Integrated Application Insights Search . Earlier to open the search windows, from the main menu, navigation to View –> Other Windows –> Search Applications Insights . With the… Read More »
The recent updates of Application Insights tool for Visual Studio now supporting viewing stack trace inside the Application Insights Search window. Open an instance of Visual Studio, from the main menu, navigation to View –> Other Windows –> Search Applications Insights . This will bring the “Application Insights Search” window dialog.
While most of us are familiar with exporting telemetry from Application Insights using Continuous Export, I have seen many of us easily overlooked the export feature to an excel. Though it is a manual job for you; and export the data for that specific instance, but sometime if you want to get some sample of data and have some… Read More »