Getting feedback for performance from production applications can be a struggle. In this course, Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer: Recommend and Design System Feedback Mechanisms, you will gain the ability to take advantage of this service. First, you will learn how to get usage statistics from production applications with the Microsoft Azure Stack. Next, you will discover how to analyze and visualize the data compiled on their processes. Finally, you will explore how to get alerted when things go off the rails. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Microsoft Azure Monitoring Service needed to be able to integrate into other systems.
Matt Kruczek is the VP of Mobile, Web and AI at Tallan. Matt has extensive experience in the software industry and is responsible for creating and maintaining any and all architectures and strategies pertaining to the mobile, web and AI disciplines. He has architected and developed several end-to-end Line of Business applications using a variety of Microsoft Technologies including WCF, WPF, ASP.NET , C#, VB, MVC, SQL Server, Microsoft Bot Framework and Entity Framework.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Matt Kruczek, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer: Recommend and Design System Feedback Mechanisms. This course introduces software developers to the Azure Monitoring suite, which is a way to get feedback for both performance and usage from production applications utilizing the Microsoft Azure Stack. Utilizing this service, DevOps engineers will be able to glean insights into their data by analyzing and visualizing compiled data on their processes. In addition, they will be able to get alerted when things to go off the rails and be able to integrate into other systems. In this course, we are going to learn about how to employ this service to help us to troubleshoot, maintain, and diagnose our Azure services. Some of the major topics that we will cover include learning about the basic features of Azure Monitoring, discovering how to capture data from your Azure services, learning how to visualize and interrogate metrics and logs, and finally, how to utilize Azure Monitor to help diagnose and deal with real-world issues. Now by the end of this course, you'll know how to get started setting up Azure Monitoring, how to create visualizations to showcase that data, and finally, how to use that information and make your applications better. Before beginning this course, you should have some basic knowledge of C# and how to deploy simple Azure services, as well as be able to navigate your way around the Visual Studio IDE. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn the ins and outs of Azure Monitoring with the Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer: Recommend and Design System Feedback Mechanisms course at Pluralsight.