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Azure App Service tips: Increase reliability with the Auto-Healing features

Azure App Service tips: Increase reliability with the Auto-Healing features
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Hey friends. Here's a tip from the field. Make use of the auto-healing capabilities in your Azure App Services to increase the reliability of your production workloads. What is auto-heal?The auto-heal capabilities are coming out of the Azure App Service Diagnostics, which I previously wrote about. If you haven't

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, App Service
Azure App Service tips: Enable the Health-Check capabilities

Azure App Service tips: Enable the Health-Check capabilities
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Here's another tip about ensuring a healthy and reliable experience in your Azure App Services. An easy way to increase availability of your apps is to make use of the Health checks. ScenarioIn one of my apps, I have 4 instances by default - and then they scale in and

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, App Service
Use Azure App Service Diagnostics - Improve performance, best practices, security and more.

Use Azure App Service Diagnostics - Improve performance, best practices, security and more.
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I already wrote about "Diagnosing and troubleshooting configuration and application errors in Azure App Services" in October 2019. Today, I am seeing an update to the service and I wanted to bring this new experience to light - it comes with an improved UX, and I really like it. In

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, App Service, Diagnostics, Debugging
Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services

Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services
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I recently had a few discussions about some heavily-loaded Blazor apps I've built. They are all running on .NET Core 3.1, but I am attempting to get them up to .NET 5 (Preview). In these discussions, it came up that it wasn't at the time of our dialogs, possible

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, App Service, .NET
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