Feedback loops are an important part of your DevOps implementation. Application Insights helps you monitor your live applications by giving you the tools to detect and diagnose performance issues, and getting insights into how your application is used. Once you deploy your application to Azure, it will be important to determine usage patterns, performance changes, response time metrics, and other key information to help you keep your application running efficiently. This session will introduce you to Application Insights, how to get started using it in your new and existing applications, and how to harness its power by adding instrumentation with your own metrics. Application Insights will be deployed and configured as part of your release pipeline with Azure DevOps. You will learn: -Why getting metrics about your application is so important, especially in Azure -How to get started with Application Insights very quickly -How to discover metrics available on the Azure Portal -How to use Infrastructure as Code to deploy and configure Application Insights using Azure Pipelines
Delivery & Technology Excellence Lead at the Cognizant Microsoft Business Group and formerly the Founder and Chief Technologist of Nebbia Technology. With more than 20 years of experience building enterprise software, Esteban has a passion for DevOps and Azure. He mentors, trains, and works closely with teams to help them realize their potential by leveraging Azure and DevOps practices to shorten the cycle time from idea to production. Esteban enjoys working with the software community, he is a Microsoft Regional Director, Microsoft DevOps MVP, and Pluralsight author. Read his blog at http://www.ALMGuide.com and follow him on Twitter: @EstebanFGarcia
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