Application Insights

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With Application Insights, correspondingly configured applications from various platforms can be monitored at runtime and their runtime behavior evaluated. Various metrics (performance, faults, etc.) can be controlled and tracked. The telemetry data supplied by Application Insights from the monitored applications can be processed, visualized, filtered, and segmented to obtain a constant overview of the state and usage of a monitored application. Applications in various languages (C#, VB, JavaScript, Java, Ruby, PHP, Python, etc.) and platforms (ASP.NET, Android, iOS, Cordova, Angular, Node.js, Joomla, SharePoint, etc.) as well as numerous logging frameworks (Log4Net, NLog, Java, Log4J, etc.) are supported.

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Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. What is Application Insights?
     1.2. Performance monitoring in a devOps cycle
2. Get started
     2.1. Monitor Azure
          2.1.1. Azure web apps
          2.1.2. Azure Cloud Services
     2.2. Monitor ASP.NET apps
          2.2.1. Web apps
          2.2.2. Web apps already live
          2.2.3. Windows services
          2.2.4. Windows desktop
     2.3. Monitor Java apps
          2.3.1. Web apps
          2.3.2. Web apps - runtime
          2.3.3. Docker apps
     2.4. Monitor web pages
          2.4.1. JavaScript
     2.5. Monitor other platforms
          2.5.1. Node.js apps
          2.5.2. SharePoint sites
          2.5.3. More platforms
3. How to
     3.1. Plan and design
          3.1.1. Deep diagnostics for web apps and services
          3.1.2. Monitor performance in web applications
          3.1.3. Usage analysis with Application Insights
          3.1.4. Separating Application Insights resources
          3.1.5. How do I ... in Application Insights?
     3.2. Configure
          3.2.1. Azure
          3.2.2. ASP.NET
      Collect more telemetry
      Log traces
      Performance counters
      Release annotations
          3.2.3. J2EE
      Log traces
      Unix metrics
      Filter telemetry
          3.2.4. Alerts
      Metric Alerts
          3.2.5. Smart Detection
      Failure anomalies
      Performance anomalies
          3.2.6. Create a resource
     3.3. Analyze
          3.3.1. Application Insights portal
      Live stream
      Application Map
      HockeyApp data
          3.3.2. Visual Studio
      F5 insights
          3.3.3. Analytics
     3.4. Automate
          3.4.1. PowerShell configuration
          3.4.2. Create resources
          3.4.3. Set alerts
          3.4.4. Get Azure diagnostics
     3.5. Develop
          3.5.1. API for custom events and metrics
          3.5.2. Filtering and preprocessing telemetry
          3.5.3. Sampling
          3.5.4. ASP.NET Core
     3.6. Manage
          3.6.1. Manage pricing and quota
          3.6.2. Application Performance Monitoring using Application Insights for SCOM
     3.7. Export
          3.7.1. Continuous export
          3.7.2. Export data model
          3.7.3. Export to Power BI
     3.8. Secure
          3.8.1. Data collection, retention and storage
          3.8.2. Resources, roles, and access control
          3.8.3. IP addresses
     3.9. Troubleshoot
          3.9.1. No data for .NET
          3.9.2. Analytics
          3.9.3. Java
4. Reference
     4.1. Analytics
     4.2. .NET
     4.3. Java
     4.4. JavaScript
     4.5. REST
     4.6. Data model
          4.6.1. Request
          4.6.2. Dependency
          4.6.3. Exception
          4.6.4. Trace
          4.6.5. Event
          4.6.6. Metric
     4.7. Telemetry correlation
5. Resources
     5.1. Languages and platforms
     5.2. Pricing
     5.3. News
          5.3.1. Blog
          5.3.2. Service updates
          5.3.3. SDK release notes
          5.3.4. Release notes for Developer Analytics Tools
     5.4. FAQ
     5.5. Help
          5.5.1. MSDN forum
          5.5.2. Stack Overflow
          5.5.3. User Voice
          5.5.4. Support
     5.6. Videos

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