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Cloud Service | Rasmus' Ramblings on IT and other stuff
Aug 092019
 

Azure has the capability to create alerts on all sorts of events. If it can be expressed as a metric on a resource in Azure, then you can get an alert if the metric value reaches a state you don’t like.

One of those metrics is the “Endpoint Status by Endpoint” of Azure Traffic Manager.

Traffic Manager has a number of backend endpoints to which it directs traffic. If an endpoint is down for some reason, it doesn’t get any traffic. This is part of what makes Traffic Manager smart.

But you probably want to know about it, when an endpoint is down. That is alerting on the “Endpoint Status by Endpoint” metric can do.

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Jun 232015
 

I have an Azure Cloud service which consists of web and worker roles. To make it quicker to update the cloud service whenever I’ve made changes to it, I want to deploy it from Visual Studio Online.

I already use VSO for source control for this project, and I have previously used the XAML based build process in VSO. Since I was going to move the project from one Azure account to another (from my play/test account to the business account), I decided to change the build process.

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