Dynamics 365 availability monitoring with App Insights

A common request from cloud & infra operations teams is a centralized place to monitor the environments availability. Lifecycle Services portal already provide a fair amount of metrics... but it's not that straight forward to get what we want and it's a different portal. It's not possible to integrate with Log Analytics and Azure Monitor … Continue reading Dynamics 365 availability monitoring with App Insights

Part 4: Using PowerBI for real-time data analysis

The last and perhaps the most important part of a data analyses is to built a good visualization on the output, transforming the data acquired, cleansed and processed into rich reports, bringing valueable information for the business. Decision can be more precise, accurate and less risk if we have the right data in the right … Continue reading Part 4: Using PowerBI for real-time data analysis

Part 3: Using Machine Learning to calculate chance of precipitation and saving the output

Stream Analytics is used to examine high volumes of data streaming from devices or processes, extract information from that data stream, identify patterns, trends, and relationships. Those patterns can trigger other processes or actions, like alerts, automation workflows, feed information to a reporting tool, or store it for later investigation (check Stream Analytics Introduction article for more … Continue reading Part 3: Using Machine Learning to calculate chance of precipitation and saving the output

Part 2: Creating an alert using Service Bus and Logic Apps

IoT Hub offers device-to-cloud message routing to specific services endpoints, based on rules created using message properties values as filters without requiring any additional code. If a single message matches the condition of multiple rules, it will be delivered to each endpoint associated with the routes. However, there's a protection against duplicated messages - if … Continue reading Part 2: Creating an alert using Service Bus and Logic Apps

Part 1: Connecting your device to IoT Hub and viewing real-time data

Azure IoT Hub is the core Azure PaaS that enables reliable and secure bidirectional communications between IoT devices and a cloud solution. It helps to meet IoT implementation challenges such as: High-volume device connectivity and management; High-volume telemetry ingestion; Command and control of devices; Device security enforcement. Before start, download and upgrade your device’s firmware. … Continue reading Part 1: Connecting your device to IoT Hub and viewing real-time data