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Telemetry with Azure Application Insights: prevent anomalies on data ingestion

Some days ago I was helping a partner on setting up the telemetries for one of their customer’s Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise installations and they asked me an interesting question: is it possible to detect anomalies on telemetry ingestion, like for example if too much telemetry is ingested in a day or if no telemetry is sent to Azure Application Insights (for example, due to…

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Telemetry with Azure Application Insights: prevent anomalies on data ingestion

Some days ago I was helping a partner on setting up the telemetries for one of their customer’s Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premise installations and they asked me an interesting question: is it possible to detect anomalies on telemetry ingestion, like for example if too much telemetry is ingested in a day or if no…

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Author: Stefano Demiliani

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