In my previous Blog post I talked about using Azure Endpoint monitoring on a VM and tying that to an alert rule for notification. It’s pretty easy and works well, however the monitoring is tied to the machine you are configuring. So yes you can monitor all the nifty VM stuff (disk, memory, CPU) and…Details
End to End Testing – Manual and Automated, have it both ways. Get Azure to be your permanent tester too.
I’m working on an app that is growing in complexity. If you do something like submit an order in our app, the following things happen: The Web Portal (Web API) receives your request and does a few basic things. It then makes an async call to an Order Processing service (queue based WCF service) The…Details
SignalR is amazing in what it can do, but it recently had me stumped to do with what I assumed was a security/authentication problem. And it was and it wasn’t. It was caused by my situation differing from the numerous (and kind of dull SignalR examples on the net) where the client-side SignalR code connects…Details
Today I had one of those “oh this will be fixed in 10 minutes problems”, that took me many hours to solve. I had a lot of stuff working well with SignalR, while hosting on IIS Express through Visual Studio, but when I pushed it to any full version of IIS it stopped working. The…Details