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Measure a Variety of Azure Dependencies with Observability v0.2

With the release of Arcus Observability v0.2 our support for dependency tracking of Azure resources has greatly expanded. Come see what this new version has to offer.

In a previous post we announced the Arcus Observability library as a way to empower your applications with a variety of observability essentials such as correlation, empowering telemetry and dependency tracking.

With the release of Arcus Observability v0.2 our support for dependency tracking of Azure resources has greatly expanded.

Come see what this new version has to offer!
For more information, see https://observability.arcus-azure.net/.

 

Azure IoT Hub

First up, this new version allows you to measure Azure IoT Hub dependencies using the LogIotHubDependency overload.
Tracking this dependency is shown on the application map:

 

Azure Blob storage

You’ll also be able to measure Azure Blob storage dependencies using the LogBlobStorageDependency overload.
Tracking this dependency also shows on the application map:

 

Azure Cosmos Db

You now have the power to measure Cosmos Db dependencies using the LogCosmosDdbDependency overload.
Tracking this dependency also shows on the application map:

 

Azure Event Hubs

We allow you to measure Event Hubs dependencies using the LogEventHubsDependency overload.
Tracking this dependency also shows on the application map:

 

Azure Table storage

A new feature allows you to measure Table storage dependencies using the LogTableStorageDependency overload.
Tracking this dependency also shows on the application map:

 

SQL

Tracking SQL dependencies was already available in version v0.1, but this version also provides an additional feature to make tracking these kind of dependencies more user friendly.

Instead of providing all the connection information by hand, we now allow you to pass the SQL connection string and we’ll extract the required information from it.

 

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