You can choose what data types to export from Application Insights. The easiest way to export telemetry events from Application Insights is 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.
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 add annotations in Application Insights Charts timeline. You can add it manually from the Application Insights Metrics explore. Annotation contains date time stamp, notes, and type indicator. Adding additional information as annotation may help review timeline across, also may be helpful for different members who is access the same chart information. You can add the annotations for… Read More »
You can directly create GitHub Issues for App Insights Telemetry from Visual Studio. When you want issues to be raised in GitHub, you can configure for the same from Application Insights resources. Application Insights has a nice integration with Visual Studio Team Services and same goes for GitHub. My previous post talks about Quickly create VSTS Work Items… Read More »
You can leverage the power of Azure Cloud Shell in Visual Studio Code as well. Managing Azure Cloud Services can be done via Azure Cloud Shell or via Azure Portal. Using Azure Cloud Shell in Visual Studio Code can enable easy managing of Azure Resources. Let’s have a look how we can leverage Azure Cloud Shell from Visual… Read More »
Bringing your own git repository code to Azure DevOps Project is now very easy and straightforward. Azure DevOps Project makes it extremely easy to setup up your end-to-end build and release pipeline. It helps you to get started on setting up code repo, build, and deployment with Azure. Just by using few quick steps, DevOps project set you up… Read More »
Visual Studio Cloud Explorer Extension enables the developer to connect with Azure Subscription and view corresponding Azure resources, explore their properties, and perform several actions directly from Visual Studio. Cloud explorer provided an Integrated Actions panel for developers and helps in diagnostic actions specific to selected resources. While this allows exploring resources and their properties, it also enables… Read More »
Let’s learn to Interact with Azure services through code available as Azure Code Samples. While Azure References Architectures helps you in design and implement secure, highly-scalable, highly-available solution on Azure, interacting with Azure services using code another aspect. In the previous post – Azure Solution Reference Architectures, we have talked about the repository for Azure solution architecture, from… Read More »