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Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Application Logging with App Service Logs

by Jeff Hopper

Diagnostics Logs can help you walk through what has occurred so that you can diagnose user error reports. In this course, you will learn how to monitor your production applications using Microsoft Azure's Diagnostic Logs.

What you'll learn

Supporting web applications is hard, especially when a user reports a bug that is not easy to reproduce. Having access to server and application logs can help you walk through what has occurred to help you diagnose what went wrong. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Application Logging with Diagnostic Logs, you'll learn how to capture and analyze the activity of your application through logging. First, you'll see the different types of logs available through Azure's App Service Diagnostic Logs. Next, you'll explore how to create your own application messages. Finally, you'll discover several tools to help analyze the logs being created by your application. When you're finished with this course, you'll have a foundational knowledge of Microsoft Azure's Diagnostic Logs that will help you as you troubleshoot issues with your applications.

About the author

Jeff Hopper is a technologist with over 20 years of experience across several development stacks and business domains. He has enjoyed many of those years focusing on the .Net stack for both web and mobile development. His desire is to help people achieve more through technology in order to free up more time to be with family and friends. He and his lovely wife are currently adventuring across the United States in their RV and enjoying their recent empty nest phase of life.

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