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  • Blog Post: Quick IntelliTrace File Open from App Insights

    As was introduced in the Details Page Feature Blog , the IntelliTrace Performance Details Page provides to the user thorough information as well as enhanced functionalities for previewing code and debugging. This post will focus on specific IntelliTrace files that are opened from Application Insights...
  • Blog Post: Using the IntelliTrace Events window with a log collected from MMA Standalone

    The Microsoft Monitoring Agent allows you to collect reliability performance data and exception data for web applications. You can use IntelliTrace to review this data, or debug this data to get more useful information . In this post I am using MMA Standalone, as opposed to MMA connected to AppInsights...
  • Blog Post: Enhancements to Debugging Exceptions with IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2013

    The Microsoft Monitoring Agent allows you to collect reliability and performance data for web applications and to review the data using IntelliTrace. With Visual Studio 2013 Update 2, we have added the ability to more easily navigate the diagnostics data related to an exception by using a CodeLens -enhanced...
  • Blog Post: IntelliTrace MVC Navigation

    The Microsoft Monitoring Agent allows you to collect reliability and performance data for web applications and to review the data using IntelliTrace. For Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Ultimate, Update 2, we have added the ability to easily navigate to Actions and Controllers for Model View Controller...
  • Blog Post: UI Enhancements for IntelliTrace with Visual Studio 2013 Update 2

    As announced previously on this blog, with Visual Studio 2013 RTM, we also released the Microsoft Monitoring Agent (MMA) which can produce .itrace files for issues with applications in production . This includes exception information, but also performance event violations . In Visual Studio 2013 Update...
  • Blog Post: Jump to SQL with IntelliTrace

    In Visual Studio 2013, you can use IntelliTrace to view Microsoft Monitoring Agent data collected from a web application. This includes performance details in IntelliTrace which provides a great way to get back to your code to investigate performance issues that occurred on a production server. But what...
  • Blog Post: System Center Performance Alerts and IntelliTrace

    Previously we told you about the initial integration between System Center Operations Manager and Visual Studio IntelliTrace that supports exporting exception data from System Center to Visual Studio using IntelliTrace. We are pleased to announce with the release of System Center 2012 R2 and Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: IntelliTrace and WCF Services called by Silverlight

    IntelliTrace is not supported in Silverlight due to the security model. IntelliTrace is supported for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) projects hosted in a web server such as Internet Information Server (IIS) or Internet Information Server Express (IIS Express). When debugging an application in...
  • Blog Post: Tweaking Microsoft Monitoring Agent for Null Values

    The Microsoft Monitoring Agent does a great job of logging unexpected exceptions that occur within your application. NullReferenceExceptions are one of the most frequent types of exceptions that are encountered. The default settings for the Microsoft Monitoring Agent are configured to optimize data collection...
  • Blog Post: Performance Details in IntelliTrace

    As was introduced in the Microsoft Monitoring Agent blog post , the Microsoft Monitoring Agent provides a new capability to monitor IIS hosted applications and record performance violations in your application. Refer to the previous post and this MSDN article for details on using the Microsoft Monitoring...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft Monitoring Agent

    We are very pleased to announce the RTM version of the brand new Microsoft Monitoring Agent . This new tool incorporates the capabilities introduced with Visual Studio 2012’s IntelliTrace Standalone Collector and adds a ton of new features and capabilities. You can now download the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Learn IntelliTrace

    There’s a lot of good content on IntelliTrace and we’ve grabbed a few links here to have in one place. If you’ve got some time and want to get to know more about IntelliTrace in Visual Studio these are great places to go. Zain Naboulsi on Understanding IntelliTrace: Part I...
  • Blog Post: System Center and IntelliTrace

    Over the past little while, the System Center Operations Management team and the Visual Studio IntelliTrace team have been working together to create an increasingly rich debugging experience for applications in production environments. This collaborative effort provides the ability to take Application...
  • Blog Post: ALM Rangers ship guidance for DevOps bug resolution using IntelliTrace

    We are pleased to announce that we have shipped a new exciting project, focused on IntelliTrace, under the Visual Studio Test Tooling Guidance umbrella. This release supplements the Test Tooling Guide with the DevOps end-end scenario, giving you access to ALM end to end labs and guidance that include...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Unhandled Exceptions in a SharePoint App with Visual Studio using IntelliTrace

    Following on from our last blog post on IntelliTrace enhancements for SharePoint , in this blog post we’ll talk about how the new analysis section for SharePoint can help you find the source of issues faster. The New Analysis Section IntelliTrace is very good at providing a lot of data to...
  • Blog Post: VS2012 Update 2 Brings Symbol Improvements to Profiler and IntelliTrace

    You will recall that VS2012 Update 1 brought a bunch of symbol loading improvements for your debugging scenarios, as documented in our previous two blog posts Debugger Source Symbol Improvements to Visual Studio 2012 More on symbol improvements in VS2012 Update 1 You’ll be happy to hear that with Visual...
  • Blog Post: Debugging SharePoint Apps with IntelliTrace in Visual Studio

    In this post we’ll explore how to use IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate Update 2 to debug custom Web Parts in a SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010 application. First we’ll summarize SharePoint’s use of correlation IDs and the IntelliTrace enhancements in VS2012 Update 2,...
  • Blog Post: Using the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector Remotely

    This post pertains to the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector, a new feature associated with Visual Studio 2012. The Standalone Collector allows you to collect IntelliTrace logging information on one machine (e.g. a production server) and analyze the log on another machine (e.g. the dev machine in your...
  • Blog Post: Running IntelliTrace on Applications in Production

    After we released IntelliTrace in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, customers commonly asked us about debugging applications with IntelliTrace outside Visual Studio or Microsoft Test Manager. This can be very useful in an environment where your application has a repeatable problem, but you can’t attach...
  • Blog Post: Modifying an IntelliTrace Collection Plan for the Stand-Alone Collector

    With the release of the CTP of Visual Studio vNext we are including the ability to collect IntelliTrace logs from web applications running in IIS 7.0 and 7.5 without requiring Visual Studio installed on the web server. Several demos exist of the stand-alone Intellitrace data collector including one...
  • Blog Post: VS ALM Library Updates on MSDN for June 2010

    Well the days are getting shorter, there's a nip in the air, and the clouds are building up again. But oh what a summer it was! Last Tuesday, if I remember correctly. However, we didn't let all those hours on the beach keep us from updating the ALM Library. Here are the results. Manual Configuration...
  • Blog Post: Videos about Visual Studio ALM + Team Foundation Server 2010 on MSDN

    MSDN has many videos that show how you can use Visual Studio ALM tools and Team Foundation Server to help your team develop software more successfully: Testing How do I get started with test cases in Visual Studio Test Professional 2010? How do I manage test cases with Visual Studio 2010...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio ALM Hands-On Labs

    The Developer & Platform Evangelism group recently published the following ALM hands-on labs as part of the Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0 training course (click to download) on MSDN: Authoring and Running Manual Tests using Microsoft Test Manager 2010 In this lab, you will learn...
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