Connecting Microsoft Application Insights from “behind the firewall”
One of the members of our happy ALM Family, Stuart Preston, did a great post on setting up Application Insights to an Application running from behind the firewall.
Working with Visual Studio Application Insights recently, I recently had to get the Microsoft Monitoring Agent (MMA) working for a customer with a restrictive firewall policy in place in their Live environment.
To connect MMA to Visual Studio Online, you may need to have your firewall/network administrator open up access to the following IP addresses on port TCP/443 (SSL):
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Stuart is the Chief Technology officer at RippleRock, a Microsoft Gold Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Partner based in the UK.
Stuart is a broad technologist with 17 years experience within the IT industry. In that period her has worked in a wide variety of technical and strategic consultancy roles for major UK and US-based companies, mostly in the Application Lifecycle Management, Build/Release Management, Infrastructure and Platform Architecture/DevOps areas. He is also an active contributor to the Visual Studio ALM Rangers community.