Archive | October, 2013

Getting Started With The Unified Logging jQuery Plugin

Knowing what happens in all portions of your software is important so why not see what is going on in your JavaScript? The jQuery Plugin for Unified Logging is very simple and straight forward. 1. Create a JSAuth key on the Profile Page.  Add a comment for reference so you know where it is being used. 2. Download […]

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Durability of Unified Logging

A question we rarely get though we believe should be asked is how does your service ensure uptime? The first level of failover is data center failover.  If a data submission endpoint is unavailable it fails over to another submission endpoint in another region. What is unavailable when talking about a data submission endpoint?  Unified […]

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New Feature: API Message Access

Newly added to the Profile page is the ability to enable or disable API access to your messages.  When enabled a shared access URL is generated to be used with the Azure Blob Storage REST API.  The shared access URL allows listing files and reading of messages.  The URL can be used to access your […]

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New Feature: Message Index Filtering

If you are used to being able to select which indexes you want to see, like on the Trends page, then  this will feel very familiar.  Now when on the Messages page you can select which message matching which indexes you would like to see.   Why is this important? The screen shot shows the demo […]

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The Logging Truth

The reality is that there are more software engineers (aka developers) in this world that do not understand logging than do.  In every modern coding language there is a logging system already in place.  For example, in .NET there is Tracing which writes out to a collection of trace listeners.  Unified Logging is simply another […]

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