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  1. Azure SignalR Diagnostics Settings

    I would like Azure SignalR to support similar diagnostic settings as other Azure resources. I would like metrics (and logs if available) to be made available for 3rd party integration with other monitoring products (via Event Hubs, Storage Accounts) or with Log Analytics.

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    • How to set up global distributed environment

      We have set up and are using Azure SignalR Service successfully.
      How can we set up the service globally so that users are redirected to the nearest instance.
      Can we use Azure Front Door Service to do that? By having the Web App also in another region and it negotiating the client connection to the nearest region?
      How do the distributed hubs get connected to each other?

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      • Improve the Serverless offering

        It would be great to be able to point an Azure SignalR Service to an Azure Function (or any endpoint) for it to invoke when messages are sent from clients. Also including any lifecycle events like when a client connects/disconnects. Otherwise using Azure SignalR Service in a purely serverless way is more effort than it's worth. Currently it seems the best (and arguably the easiest) way to use Azure SignalR Service is by building a .NET Core app to serve as the Hub Server - but in a serverless environment - this isn't feasible.

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        • This documentation could be improved

          This documentation feels like it is assuming prior knowledge/familiarity with your products, which is a problem for me.

          As a quick example, there is no mention of what a hub is and when it should be used. Is a hub similar to a controller in MVC? can i use a hub to target sub collections of connected users, or do i need multiple hubs for this?

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            • Improve docs

              The documentation for using the Group API's needs to be improved. Need to include:
              1. Requirement for TLS 1.2
              2. Changing SignalR service to Serverless (discuss other modes and what they mean)

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              • get latest messages only

                We are using SignalR for updating live dashboards for IIoT applications. When we first connect a client to SignalR we get the backlog of messages coming through. We'd like to be able to connect a client and just see the latest messages, ignoring all of the historical messages which offer little value to us from a UI perspective.

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