Cloud Debugging and Profiling in Microsoft Azure (Apress)
Monday, 18 May 2020

This book is a collection of best practices and tips for assessing the health of an Azure solution. Authors Jeffrey Chilberto, Sjoukje Zaal, Gaurav Aroraa and Ed Price provide detailed techniques and instructions to quickly diagnose aspects of your Azure cloud solutions. The book explains the major types of blades (FaaS, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS), how different views can be created for different scenarios, and the Favorites section, Cost Management & Billing blade, support, and Cloud Shell.

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Authors: Jeffrey Chilberto, Sjoukje Zaal, Gaurav Aroraa and Ed Price
Publisher: Apress
Date: April 2020
Pages: 396
ISBN: 978-1484254363
Print: 1484254368
Kindle: B086ZT2WQ8
Audience: Developers using Azure
Level: Intermediate
Category: Cloud Computing

 

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