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Azure Web App APM monitoring

Hi,

We have several Azure Web App deployments and would like to use Site24x7 APM monitoring. 

Any plans to support Web Apps Extensions like several of your competitors (Newrelic, Stackify) have 

Ps: Azure VM or Azure Service Deployment is not an option since these are pure Web apps deployments.

Can we make this a feature request?

Thanks.
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Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Dear Ole, 
  We are have already started working on Web App Extensions. We will keep you posted. I assume your need is of monitoring .NET applications.

Regards,
Jasper Paul,
Developer APM Insight .NET Agent, Site24x7 team.
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Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Great news!

Yes our need is monitoring .NET application running as a Azure Web App.

Any estimated relase date on this?

Regards,
Ole Petter
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Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

 We are working on getting this done in a couple of ways, Ole.

1. via Nuget packages -> You reference our dlls inside your web app so that the profiler and other dlls are placed in the web app folder for correct instrumentation at runtime. Since the CLR runtime first checks the current app path for dll loading. 

2. Automate this referencing of dlls -> We instrument internal framework methods so the AssemblyResolve event resolves our Assembly locations and loads our dlls automatically.

We have our 1st one ready and we are working on the 2nd one. If you are interested in the 1st option, let me know I'll provide you the steps.

Regards,
Jasper Paul
Developer APM Insight .NET Agent, Site24x7 team.
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Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Hi Jasper,

Yes please send me the steps for option 1

Regards,
Ole Petter Løvik
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Re: Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Dear Ole, 
  We are running into unexpected issues with this . I'll send you the steps as soon as we resolve it. Please bear with me.
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Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Excuse me for cutting in.

Formal edition is ...
Take a few months?

I am looking forward to use apm insight on web apps.

Regards.

Hidehisa Kunugihara.

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Re: Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

by Raji
Hi,

Sorry to say that we haven't supported APM monitoring in Azure Web App Extensions yet. We are stuck with few issues in the manual steps itself and finding alternate ways to solve them.

Will keep this thread updated.

Regards,
Raji.

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Re: Re: Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

Hi there,

 

We are putting together a monitoring service for our customers and deploying solutions in Azure PaaS. We need to be able to monitor those services, baseline and alert on exceptions. Is 24x7 capable of this yet?

 

Cheers,

Stu

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

We are yet to monitor Azure PaaS services out-of-the-box Stu.

"We need to be able to monitor those services" - What services would you like us to monitor? 

What kind of exceptions would you want us to monitor? Are you talking about source code level Exceptions? If so, our APM Insight feature has capabilities to alert when Exceptions exceed a threshold.

Please free to get back to us.

Cheers,
Jasper

 

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Azure Web App APM monitoring

by Anbu

Greetings,

We are excited to announce APM support for Azure App services using APM Insight .NET Agent. 

The new extension APM Insight .NET Agent in Azure App Services will monitor the ASP.NET applications built in .NET Framework hosted in Azure App services. 

It will analyze the performance of your Azure web apps and obtain a holistic view of your application performance, and enhance your end user experience.

The help link is provided below for enabling APM for in Azure App Services,

https://www.site24x7.com/help/apm/dotnet-agent/monitor-azure-app-services.html

We look forward for your valuable feedback to fulfill all your requirements and make the product better.

If you have any difficulties with the setup, please feel free to contact us. We would be glad to assist you.

Happy Monitoring...!

 

Regards,

Anbu

APM Insight .NET Agent Team

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