Sometimes you want to monitor a web application that’s already installed and running – without updating the code or redeploying it. Maybe it has some kind of performance issues or is throwing exceptions and you need to apply instrumentation ASAP. Now you can do that with Application Insights Status Monitor.
Editors Note: While working in Australia I was blessed to work with some truly gifted technologists. In the SQL space David Lean was the local legend with the (deserved) reputation of being THE SQL Performance Guru. David has since left Microsoft but continue his cutting edge work with SQL Server and Application Tuning.
Note: this post has been updated for Visual Studio 2015 RTM. You are probably all familiar with the debugger DataTips that let you see the value of a variable when you hover over it in the editor. This post introduces the new PerfTips feature in Visual Studio 2015 for C#/VB,
[this summer Beckylin Orooji from the University of Central Florida in Orlando studying Computer Science interned with the Application Insights team in the developer division at Microsoft. Below is a blog she authored based on some end to end scenarios she worked on] In my scenario today I have a shopping website.
We recently deployed a new feature to Visual Studio Online to help people get new team members started with a project and for people browsing the server to understand what a project is for and how to use it. We call the feature “Project Welcome Pages”.
As you probably already know, Visual Studio Ultimate offers an enhanced live debugging experience (F5 or Attach) through the use of IntelliTrace. Your application’s execution is recorded by IntelliTrace and you can navigate through time, both backwards and forwards, and examine your code as you normally would during a debugging session by interacting with the Locals and Call Stack windows.
Do you have code that should be seen by only a subset of members of your on-premises team project collection? Do you use Team Foundation Build (TFBuild)? If so, you must create some custom groups to reduce the risk that unauthorized team project collection members can use a build process to bypass team project permissions.
Tracing what is new in a given release for a product is often tiresome and time taking task. With Microsoft Release Management 2013 Update 3 RC/RTM, you can achieve this easily through its “Change Summary” feature. Details of this feature is described below Change Summary feature details Manual Release When you start a new manual release from the Release Management client,
Last week the Visual Studio product owner Sam Guckenheimer keynoted the Agile 2014 Conference. In his presentation he went through our teams changes/learning’s to adopt a DevOps workflow. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend as we had several conferences here in Redmond/Seattle but luckily we can check it out online here: KEYNOTE: Journey to Cloud Cadence
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