Microsoft Azure's Application Insights is a popular application performance monitoring tool. This course will show you how to embed application insights into your project and how to analyze that collected telemetry from the Azure portal.
Part of building a successful web application is understanding how your application is being used and capturing exceptions before your users have a chance to report them. This requires embedding application monitoring within the logic of your application. In this course, Instrument Microsoft Azure Application Insights in a Web Application, you will receive an overview of how Application Insights can help you achieve this. First, you will learn how to integrate the SDK into your project. Next, you will explore the different metrics available for tracking. Finally, you will discover several different means to review and analyze these metrics within the Azure portal. When you are finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of the types of metrics available to help you monitor your application.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Jeff Hopper, and welcome to my course, Instrument Microsoft Azure Application Insights in a Web Application. I'm a solution developer with 20 years' experience helping companies solve their technology challenges. Completing a web application and releasing that for all to use is a great feeling of accomplishment, but it is only part of the story. A successful application never really is complete but is constantly being improved, hopefully based around users' needs. And if we are honest, there will be some bugs that hopefully can be captured before our users come across them. In this course, we are going to look at how to monitor your production applications using Microsoft Azure's Application Insights. I will show you how to embed the SDK into your project and the metricals that are available to help you monitor the specific use cases of your particular application. Along the way, I will show you some of the reports that are available in the Application Insights' portal. By the end of this course, you'll know how to monitor your application with Application Insights. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with developing web applications in ASP. NET, Node. js, or Java. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to instrument Microsoft Azure Applications Insights in a web application at Pluralsight.