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Microsoft Azure is one of the major public cloud providers offering various PaaS, computing, storage, analytical services, and more. Its growing popularity is mainly due to the scalability and flexibility it offers while building complex infrastructure. However, the challenge arises when one receives their month-end Azure bill and notices a significant cost spike exceeding the budget estimated.


As a result of this, organizations have started prioritizing cost management/optimization and while looking to explore new strategies, many have identified FinOps to be one of the most effective practices that can be incorporated.


So, this blog will address the most asked questions, like why one should implement it and what are the best Azure FinOps tools currently available?

Published by on under Azure | Azure DevOps

In a real-world integration landscape involving several Azure Logic Apps, addressing issues before they impact critical operations or customer experiences is crucial. Rather than simply responding to incidents after they occur, proactive monitoring empowers us to take preemptive measures and ensure business continuity.


In this article, you will explore one such Azure Logic App monitoring tool, highlighting the limitations of native Azure Monitor in attaining proactive monitoring and a way to resolve them.

Published by on under Azure | Cloud

When building a microservice application consisting of many distributed Azure services that communicate with each other, it is vital to have a mechanism that supports observing and tracing the request flow from end to end.


Understanding this, Azure offers native tools like Application Insights to achieve distributed tracing. They help to log and track how a request flow performs through Azure services.


This article dives deep into the significance of distributed tracing, how it can be attained using Application Insights, their pros/cons, and an out-of-the-box BAM solution to get started with.

Published by on under Azure | Azure Documenter in Serverless360

In the modern cloud era, organizations have started to shift towards the Azure cloud offerings given the less commitment towards the cost, maintenance, and agility for go-to-market.


Also, one of the significant reasons for the recent increase in the adoption was that the Microsoft BizTalk Server users started to migrate to Azure iPaaS as it integrates well with the existing workloads.


The Azure footprint of an organization will continue to grow, which will eventually add a layer of complexity in managing the Azure cloud cost.

Published by on under Azure | Editorial

Microsoft Azure VM is a flexible cloud computing service that runs on an isolated partition of its host computer, used popularly for development and testing. Its versatility and ability to allow users to deploy applications in minutes make it an indispensable asset for most business organizations.


However, without the proper Microsoft Azure monitoring tool, servers often don't perform at maximum efficiency, resulting in unnecessary downtimes and service disruption.

Published by on under Azure | Cloud Computing

The massive shift from monolithic to microservices architecture has caused a considerable demand for distributed tracing. Traditional monitoring tools were designed for monolithic applications, so they primarily provide insights into application performance rather than how a request flows through the application.


However, if you are working with a microservices architecture, it is crucial to track every user request and the path of the request flow across multiple applications.

Published by on under Azure | Azure Tutorial

Azure has made tremendous growth in the last decade. This is due to the rapid cloud adoption by various enterprises and organizations around the world. When cloud expenses increase, it becomes difficult to track and understand the utilization of Azure Resources. Lack of proper documentation leads to many problems as mentioned. Nevertheless, preparing documentation itself turns into a tedious task due to the multi-tenant architecture of Azure.


Here comes the Turbo360 Azure Documentation Tool to solve challenges in documenting Azure Subscription. This article will give you an overview of what is Azure Documenter and its benefits.

Published by on under Azure | Azure DevOps