Collect Azure Web Apps IIS Logs and Application Logs
OMS can collect IIS logs for web roles. Extend this capability to Azure Web Apps IIS logs as well as Azure Web Apps application logs
Confirmed this now is a thing :)
Juha Palomäki commented
This should be definitely possible. Would be valuable to be able to see how users from specific IP addresses have been using the site.
For some use cases, you don't want to include anything like App Inights in the webapp.
Ola Johansson commented
Is there any progress here? I think it's so strange that this doesn't work. Should be really simple and it's actually really hard to figure out that it actually doesn't work.
Please please please...
Mukul Srivastava commented
Its one of deemed required feature in OMS.
Erikk Ross commented
Would love to see this feature so we can view/search all of our IIS logs in one place.
I'd say not just IIS Logs... starting from there would be quite useful and important - the bottom line is: starting somewhere would be a great thing!
Aaron Lawrence commented
I also find it very odd that a flagship feature of Azure (Websites/Webapps) is not actually supported.
We're finding ourselves very lacking in options having used Webapps, but I expect Microsoft themselves to support it!!
The whole point of op insights is surely to have a single place to aggregate / query log data and provide system wide insights. I can't believe this isn't already a feature and has to be requested. Why is everything in Azure half finished...
Jakob Boman commented
This is a must have feature for us, would love that it was easy to integrate Azure Websites with OI.
This is also something that is currently lacking in Azure, a single place to be able to perform log management over multiple of sites.
Azure WebSites write to WAD in a different folder structure. The work of this other idea http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operations-insights/suggestions/6519377-collect-iis-logs-from-windows-azure-diagnostics-st enables reading those IIS logs for Azure Cloud Services (i.e. web role instances) but not for Azure Web sites.
This new idea is for the latter scope.