Monthly Archives: April 2016

Using the Azure Support Portal to diagnose a CPU Spike!

In one of our recent projects we had alerts set up for CPU and memory spikes. The CPU alert was set at 10% and 50%. While we got the 10% alert periodically when the app was in active usage , we also got a few 50% alerts once in a while which would get resolved […]

How we almost killed our Azure Deployment by diagnosing it!

We recently learnt a lot of new lessons in Azure Websites deployments and diagnostics and will plan to write a set of blogs to hopefully help some fellow programmers but this one lesson is most important to remember before you even start diagnosing! Recently while checking the health of one of our production deployments we […]