Written by Shawn Gibbs and Nanette Ray from AzureCAT. Reviewed by Mike Wasson, Ed Price, and Tim Benjamin. Published by Adam Boeglin from Microsoft patterns & practices.
- Web Application Monitoring on Azure
We believe monitoring applications is a vital cloud scenario, and so we're glad to build out this content, now available on the Azure Architecture Center.
Platform as a service (PaaS) offerings on Azure manage compute resources for you and in some ways change how you monitor deployments. Azure includes multiple monitoring services, each of which performs a specific role. Together, these services deliver a comprehensive solution for collecting, analyzing, and acting on telemetry from your applications and the Azure resources they use.
The services that this Example Scenario includes:
- Azure App Service
- Application Insights
- Azure Monitor
- Log Analytics
This article explains the following aspects:
- Scenario Architecture
- Components (services used)
- Scalability and availability
Please check out the "Web Application Monitoring" article, as well as a growing library of additional Example Scenarios from Microsoft, on the Azure Architecture Center:
- Computer-aided engineering
- Decentralized trust between banks
- DevOps with containers
- CI/CD pipeline with Azure DevOps
- SAP for dev/test
- SAP for production
- E-commerce front-end
- E-commerce API management
- E-commerce product search
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