Currently it's not possible to create a custom plugin or to add a data source.1 vote
Are there plans to update Application Insights so that we can run web tests from on-prem locations in addition to the Azure locations? We have a need to monitor from within our network as well as outside the network.2 votes
In case, web tests are not executed in azure application insight there should be an alert generated which can specify the reason behind such incident.1 vote
Increase the 2-minute limit for application insights multi-step web tests1 vote
Send weekly Performance / Availability report (column -every day) for each web test item1 vote
Display "Reporting Name" in the web test result screen in azure rather than Request URLs1 vote
Looking for Custom schedule for availability test rather just 5/10/15 min2 votes
Currently you can't add a web test with an url like http://example.com
It will come up with the error: Invalid URI: The format of the URI could not be determined
When adding a http://www.example.com which 302 redirecs to http://example.com,
the following exception is in the Web test result details "Exception" section:
System.UriFormatException: Invalid URI: The format of the URI could not be determined.
at System.Uri.CreateThis(String uri, Boolean dontEscape, UriKind uriKind)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.WebTesting.HtmlDocument.ParseForDependentRequests(Boolean urlsOnly)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.WebStress.WebTestCaseVariation.BuildDependentRequestsList(WebTestInstrumentedTransaction instrumentedTransaction)
at Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.WebStress.WebTestCaseVariation.AddParsedDependentRequests(ExecutionState executionState)1 vote
Web tests are showing high page response times and also failures in Azure regions farthest from the test location when the URL is a *.trafficmanager.net name and there are multiple endpoints in many Azure regions worldwide. The test agents are using local DNS servers that are forwarding to DNS servers most in Redmond, WA when resolving public domain names and this is causing Azure Traffic Manager to send a response with an endpoint that is farthest from the actual test agent location.
Please take a look at the thread I started:
We are in the process of migrating the test agents to Azure regions., and expect to complete the migration by November timeframe.
App Insights works great for externally-facing applications. Would like the same rich experience for Internal/Intranet applications.85 votes
In order to help with adopting the SDK to send results from your custom availability tests, we have added a new Azure function template called “AppInsightsHttpAvailability-CSharp”. To find this, please select “Monitoring” in the scenario dropdown when you go to add a new Azure function from a template. You can get more information from its source here: https://github.com/Azure/azure-webjobs-sdk-templates/tree/dev/Templates/contents/AppInsightsHttpAvailability-CSharp.
You can replace the template test with any arbitrary test, use client certificates, deploy to an App service environment so it can access network protected applications.
Give it a run and let us know if it works for your scenarios. Also, what other templates would you like us to provide? We are looking at providing a Docker template with Selenium and AI SDK baked in. I don’t have an ETA on that at this time though.
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