SKIP the mandatory creditcard info at sign-up, there are more developers without a Creditcard than with one. Creditcards are only
SKIP the mandatory creditcard info at sign-up, there are more developers without a Creditcard than with one.
See what the creditcard brought the USA economy (2008) and do not wonder why people (mostly not Americans) are very reluctant to take a creditcard.
So by means of this policy you exclude people that don not want to live off credit.
That is a discriminating policy and should be changed immediately.1 vote
Owner, Co-admin should also get the emails regarding the data cap limit if it has reached or about to reach.
Owner, Co-admin should also get the emails regarding the data cap limit if it has reached or about to reach.1 vote
Please provide package ivia modern package management solution (PowershellGet) so it can be utilized inside Server Core and Windows Containers1 vote
I have a web app and
1) dont want to introduce new cookies in it or client side api tracking calls
2) dont want to log client information /IP (last 8 octet obfuscated is okay) . Think GDPR requirements.
I still need to be able to track server side requests and exceptions and alert on them
What is the easiest way to achieve this?3 votes
I check with my colleague Victor Mushkatin, and he said this is being built right now. Expect to see this early next year.
Please provide a way to clear App Insights data based on a schedule defined by the user or via programmatically2 votes
Support the ability to audit and view who is using various features in AI, ad hoc queries that are run, what information was viewed, etc. Perhaps feed this information into Azure Activity Logs or similar. This information can then be used for certain auditing scenarios as well as usage and behavior information.7 votes
Even just the App Insights resource is locked to prevent to be deleted, we can't determine it since the error message is as below.
"Could not deleted
Could not delete application"
The message should be more specific like as other resources such as Web Apps.11 votes
We’re slotting this into our backlog.
In the same way you expose the "Application Insights Component Contributor" role, expose a new role that give access to Overview and all other parts of AI (including Analytics) in a read-only fashion8 votes
I have an IKey and am trying to figure out which AI instance it corresponds to. Clicking through every AI instance isn't very fun. Lookup would be much nicer. =)3 votes
If you enable App Services extension for your service from the portal and then redeploy your service from Visual Studio selecting the clean option that deletes existing files, you Application Insights monitoring will be disabled. To re-enable monitoring you will need to remove and re-enable extension again.
Please improve this by detecting redeployment and re-enabling extension automatically.1 vote
It would be great if Application Insight could provide control over the current AppPool. And even better, if it could provide ability to reboot the server.1 vote
If App insights are turned on the portal for a given App Service containing Virtual applications, then the App Insights currently don't work ( Live stream shows the app is offline). MS has reported that this is not supported at the present time. But it would be a big help since it is a barrier to porting legacy applications.4 votes
Programmatic control over Smart Detection rule settings is needed.14 votes
Thank you for posting this suggestion.
While work has not started on this suggestion yet, configuring Smart Detection rules via ARM and integrating with Action Groups are in our plans, and something we’d very much like to add after the current set of priorities are implemented. We’ll keep posting updates here as anything changes.
As for supporting “to define separate rules sets based on resource groups”, could you please clarify on this suggestion? Are you looking to configure Smart Detection rules at the resource group level rather than on the individual Application Insights resource?
We create an AI resource on customers behalf, but haven’t found a way to create a data source in the resource5 votes
This is still on the backlog as part of an effort at making all aspects of managing App Insights resources possible programmatically but there is not ETA at this point.
Today when the Daily Cap is reached , Azure sends an email to the account administrators - a web hook will allow alerting a wider group of people which this message is relevant to.4 votes
Allow customers to identify App Insights resources which are collecting data but no one is viewing it
It's essential in the enterprise to ensure that App Insights resources that are collecting data are really being used, and not just collecting data, incurring costs, but no one is using the data.1 vote
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