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Has anyone used Application Insights with Umbraco Cloud? I tried to install the Nuget package to my Umbraco Web project.
After entering the Instrumentation Key in ApplicationInsights.config i get data in my Application Insights when running locally. But when I try to push it to my Umbraco Cloud test environment I get no data at all.
Did you figure this one out?
Just came across this post as I am about to try out Application Insights on Umbraco Cloud. Has anyone tried this and got it working?
Not possible as Umbraco Cloud's infrastructure is not ready for it.
I just got it set up on a Cloud project.
Installed this package (using Package Manager Console in VS) in the .Web website project (I use the UaaS.cmd way of generating my VS solution) https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.ApplicationInsights.Web
After that, I added my Instrumentation Key in ApplicationInsights.config and pushed.
I get lots of data.
But no profiling data, do I just have to wait for AI to collect these, or is there something I need to do, to get profiling data?
You can't get that as it require software to be installed on the server and Umbraco Cloud is sharing servers between multiple websites, and don't have Application Insigths on their servers.
So at the moment. Not possible.
With the more expensive option for Umbraco Cloud they stick you on a dedicated server and you can have insights with that.
Are you sure about that? Tried it for one of your clients?
We had a large danish client who has the enterprise deal with dedicated server and such, but it wasnt possible to get Application Insights installed on the servers said Umbraco HQ.
Thats wierd, only briefly looked at it but was definitely getting stats back on server errors. Umbraco Cloud team told me it was okay to install it.
Would be good if someone from HQ would confirm this???
You get stats like you get with Google Analytics - but you dont get stack traces, server profiling etc as Application Insigths normally can do. So you can't see which requests are taking the longest time with a stacktrace to use as a starting point for debugging.
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