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  • Blog Post: Capture First Chance Exception Dumps in Azure Web Sites using ADplus

    There would be lot of scenarios where you would want to capture dumps for a specific exception in your Azure Web Sites Environment. The below steps illustrates the way to capture dumps for specific first chance exception using ADplus. Before proceeding further, please note that all first chance exceptions...
  • Blog Post: Viewing Process Information for Microsoft Azure Web Sites.

    Hello, I’m Finbar Ryan and I am a Senior Escalation Engineer in Microsoft Support. I help customers resolve issues on the Microsoft Web Stack which includes Azure WebSites. I’m interested in troubleshooting, helping customers, and the world of Open Source Software. Today, I’d like to talk to you about...
  • Blog Post: Enable System.Net tracing on Azure Websites (unable to connect to remote server)

    It is becoming a common scenario that customers of Azure Websites are making requests to services hosted on other Azure IaaS or PaaS platforms, services not hosted on the Azure platform (on premise) and which use the System.Net class. For example, making a request from your code that uses either of the...
  • Blog Post: Using a Site Extension on Azure Web App (Websites) to Automatically Bundle and Minify Your Content

    I am a big fan of making websites run faster and this is certainly a way to get your web content to the customer faster and most efficiently. I wrote many pages about this is my Azure book, here , that walked through the C# code required to bundle and minify your code. The C# code description and logic...
  • Blog Post: How to view the memory utilization of your Azure Web Site

    It is always a good idea to monitor the memory utilization of your web site. That fact remains when running it in the Cloud. There are lots of comments made when discussing the Cloud that resources are unlimited and/or infinite, in some cases this is true, but when running on Azure Web Sites, the amount...
  • Blog Post: Great Azure Web Sites Articles in MSDN Magazine

    As a follow-up to our recent post featuring the MSDN Magazine on scaling Azure Web Sites, here are some additional articles recently made available that can help you as you develop and deploy your application in Azure Web Sites. Architect for the Cloud Using Azure Web Sites Sometimes bad things happen...
  • Blog Post: Scaling Your Web Application with Azure Web Sites

    Yochay Kiriaty, one of our program managers in Azure Web Sites, recently wrote an excellent article for MSDN Magazine that outlines how to design, implement and configure applications for scaling in the cloud. If you are hosting an application in Azure Web Sites (or if you plan to at some point in the...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting PHP Performance in Microsoft Azure Web Sites with Xdebug

    Slow application performance issues tend to be challenging to troubleshoot regardless of the platform in which your application is running. This is due in great part to the sometimes random nature of these issues. These types of issues also often do not result in a specific error being logged. If...
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