A collection of 7 posts
Monitoring Azure Service Bus entities with Azure Monitor - Where did my messages go?
TL;DR - Azure Service Bus metrics in Azure Monitor have a lifetime. If your entity goes idle, Azure Monitor will start showing '0' as a value after 2 hours. Promitor [https://promitor.io/] has been a side project that I've been working on for a while which allows you
Autoscaling your platform with Azure Monitor
> TL;DR - Autoscaling is a great way to not only optimize your costs but also a flexible way of doing asynchronous processing.We will look at how Azure Monitor Autoscale allows you to define autoscaling rules, what the caveats are and what would be good additions to the service
Exploring Azure Event Grid - Looking ahead
> TL;DR - In this 2nd article on Azure Event Grid, we'll have a look at what I'd like to see being added to Azure Event Grid. Read my introduction on Azure Event Grid here [https://blog.tomkerkhove.be/2017/08/22/exploring-azure-event-grid/]. With a nice foundation of Event Publishers
Talking about Azure Application Monitoring on .NET Rocks!
Recently I was a guest on .NET Rocks to talk about Application Monitoring on Microsoft Azure but we started off by talking about another challenging task in Azure - Keeping track of what resources are depending on each other and how they map to your application architecture. Unfortunately there is
Handling Azure Alerts with Azure Logic Apps
When maintaining dozens, or even hundreds, of Azure resources it is crucial to keep track of what is going on and how they behave. To achieve this, Azure provides a set of functionalities and services to help you monitor them. One of those functionalities is the ability to configure Azure