What to use for monitoring your applications in Azure | Azure Friday

Knowing how your application is doing is vital to keep your users happy. In Azure, there are many services that can help you with this. In this episode, Azure Barry shows Scott Hanselman how to choose the right Azure service to monitor your application.

0:00 – Introduction
1:59 – Options for Monitoring Applications in Azure
4:04 – Questions to Ask
5:13 – Azure Application Insights
8:37 – Azure Monitor
12:10 – Azure Security Center vs. Azure Sentinel
15:30 – Comparing Options for Monitoring in Azure
15:54 – Wrap-up

◉ Azure Monitor overview – https://aka.ms/azfr/665/01
◉ What is Application Insights? – https://aka.ms/azfr/665/02
◉ Azure Sentinel – https://aka.ms/azfr/665/03
◉ Microsoft Azure for Developers: What to Use When (Pluralsight) – https://aka.ms/azfr/665/04
◉ Create a free account (Azure) – https://aka.ms/azfr/665/free

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24 thoughts on “What to use for monitoring your applications in Azure | Azure Friday”
  1. Azure IoT Hub – bi-directional messaging. simple telemetry info
    Azure IoT Central – dashboard for monitoring . custom solutions and templates
    Azure SPhere – secured platform for communication with internet-connected devs

  2. Yes, as you said in your opening remark, for sure Azure team has made it so confusing like where to start and where to end as far as "Monitoring" is concerned, way too cluttered !!! Thanks for the video.

  3. I like the way Scott plays the role of someone who doesn't know much, wait…. that's me! Nice work Azure Barry

  4. This was really great, thanks Barry for such a good explanation 👍

  5. Great explanations, cause the services all , look so similar. While studying for AZ-900 without working with Azure, I get confuse, after this, it's everything much more clear!

  6. I had no idea distributed systems had advanced so much. I was in software when the Windows 2000 server was in use. I was a database administrator for Oracle users. I am coming back to computing and see that in 20 years 200 years have passed! I also remember when the Windows NT was being introduced in ancient times.

  7. This was an awesome overview! Thank you so much for putting this together and making things clear, Barry! 😎👍

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