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Here the requirement is clear/obvious. We just have not prioritized this work yet.
The overall ‘performance’ data collection needs to be refined – not just for Linux.
Right now we only collect/provide hourly aggregates of some specific performance counters related to HyperV for the ‘Capacity Intelligence Pack’ scenario.
Real time monitoring scenario might need some different shape of performance data to start with, before we enable this for Linux or for Windows alike, i.e. http://feedback.azure.com/forums/267889-azure-operational-insights/suggestions/6519061-collect-custom-windows-performance-counters
Thanks, we hear you.
Right now I can’t give you a date but we continue to listen.
This is very good feedback. Today we have separate datasources for what your quotas are (e.g. network, memory), and the metrics that we emit. Ideally, we could bring those two points together to give you a percentage of those metrics.
Also, once these are exposed, they will automatically be available for autoscale — already today you can use any exposed metric for scaling.
We are currently investigating the opportunities around shipping more features as NuGet packages. We have opened up far more areas as NuGet packages than in previous releases. That said, the idea of creating a NuGet package that contains the emulator is a large effort. As we progress towards this goal or realize that it isn’t possible I’ll update the forum thread.
For the time being, rest assured we’ve heard this comment, which has been echoed by the larger Windows Azure community. As an Azure developer myself I find merit in this request and feel there is a good chance it could eventually be realized.
I’ve discussed an idea like this with a few of the web tooling Program Managers recently, and we all agree that the feature is indeed a legitimate one we should consider. The discussions are really early.
We do have support for uploading files to blob storage accounts directly from within VS. We also have web publishing capabilities. Add to that the support we have in Razor for being able to load things like jQuery from disk when the site’s running in debug mode to later loading from a CDN, and it seems like something we could develop.
We’re looking into the options now. I’ll keep this thread updated in the future.
This is a great idea. We are thinking about adding such functionality to the Portal. No confirmed plan yet. Thanks.
217 votesunder review · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
This is something that we are evaluating now for a future Azure update.
289 votesunder review · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
This is something that we are looking at as part of bringing Cloud Services into the future. We’ll have more details in the coming months in this space and at that time we will provide more details on this feature.
We have done a lot of progress on this area in last few years, and we would like to know if there is something scenario specific that you guys are looking for?
Azure Portal Team
460 votesstarted · 28 comments · Cloud Services (Web and Worker Role) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Eric Pennaz supported this idea ·