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Dec 12, 2019
1h 59m

At the core of developing strategies for application, monitoring is a thorough knowledge of how both Microsoft Azure Portal Dashboards and Application Insights can be leveraged. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Troubleshooting Using Microsoft Azure Portal, you will learn the skills you need to design robust monitoring solutions. First, you will learn how to create and manage effective Microsoft Azure Dashboards. Next, you will discover how to incorporate Application Insights metrics and real-time analytics into your dashboards. Finally, you will explore common Microsoft Azure resource monitoring features for Cosmos DB Databases, Microsoft Azure Functions, and Azure App Service. When you have completed this course, you will have a solid understanding of how Microsoft Azure Dashboards will help you to develop your own strategies for monitoring applications and services moving forward.

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Software architect by day. Dad and husband all year long. I am a lover of technology, future possibilities, and frequent chaser of latest gadgetry.

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Course Overview
Hello there, my name is Rob Lindley, and welcome to my course Troubleshooting Using Microsoft Azure Portal. I'm a software architect with a long history of building cloud-based applications. I'm especially passionate about creating software leverage Microsoft Azure. In this training course, you'll learn how to design robust monitoring solutions using both Microsoft Azure portal dashboards and Application Insights. In this course, I'll show you how to create and manage effective Microsoft Azure dashboards. You'll learn the basic concepts, like customizing the display of Azure dashboards for use across multiple displays or even televisions. Along with effective ways to share these dashboards with your team, you'll also learn how to incorporate Application Insights metrics and real time analytics into your dashboards. You'll see how to search through telemetry records using the new Kusto query language, along with creating alerts based on the event criteria and setting up alert notifications. By the end of this course, you'll know strategies designed to provide effective monitoring of Cosmos DB databases, Microsoft Azure functions, and even Azure App Services. I hope that you'll join me in learning how Microsoft Azure dashboards and Application Insights can help you develop strategies for monitoring applications and services, through this course, Troubleshooting Using Microsoft Azure Portal at Pluralsight.