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Excluding failing dependencies from Application Insights logging

Excluding failing dependencies from Application Insights logging
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Implement an ITelemetryProcessor to ignore specific dependency failures in your Application Insights service - this help keep the data clean(er), reduces cost, and ultimately reduces false positives.

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, Application Insights, Logging
Securing Microsoft Teams

Securing Microsoft Teams
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Recently, Microsoft Teams adoption in organizations world-wide has skyrocketed. To keep up with this pace, here's a post about securing the Collaboration Experience, configuring Compliance, and a look at Security options!

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Microsoft Teams, Azure, cybersecurity, Security
Querying data from multiple Application Insights instances

Querying data from multiple Application Insights instances
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Getting insights into the resources we operate is a crucial part of understanding where we need to improve and what works well. In reality, the insights and telemetry we gather exist in various regions and datacenters. Data sits in multiple subscriptions and different resource groups - even the same application

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, Application Insights, Log Analytics
Upgrade Application Insights to Workspace-based Resource Mode from Classic

Upgrade Application Insights to Workspace-based Resource Mode from Classic
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Recently, Microsoft introduced a new option when creating Application Insight instances. A selection to help us choose between the Classic approach, or the modern Workspace-based mode. In the Azure Portal, it can look like this when we create a new Application Insights today: Select the Resource Mode of Application insights

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, Application Insights
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
Introducing the LogAnalytics.Client NuGet for .NET Core

Introducing the LogAnalytics.Client NuGet for .NET Core
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Directly related to Log Analytics and sending entities from C#, I have previously talked about Building Custom Data Collectors for Azure Log Analytics and Log custom application security events in Azure Log Analytics which are ingested and used in Azure Sentinel. I created the LogAnalytics.Client project on GitHub, and

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, Log Analytics, NuGet
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
Purging container images from Azure Container Registry

Purging container images from Azure Container Registry
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Keeping container registries clean and neat is not always an easy task. We have fairly agile release processes, and sometimes we release many images, several times per day across dev- and production environments. Microsoft recently introduced a neat way to automatically purge images based on filters, directly from the Azure

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
Azure, ACR, Containers, Governance
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