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Azure Monitoring Hackathon


This challenged based Azure Monitoring Hackathon is intended to teach how to monitor Azure workloads. During these three days you will be working Azure Monitor, Log Analytics and Application Insights.

Setup Guide


Proctors Guide


1. Build attendees technical skills on Monitoring workloads in Azure

2. Understand what Monitoring Tools are available in Azure and how to implement them.


1. Attendees have access to an Azure Subscription where they can each deploy the provided ARM template that will build a very detailed infrastructure to monitor.  This includes the Vnet, subnets, NSG(s), LB(s), NAT rules, Scales Set and a fully functional .NET Core Application (eShopOnWeb) to monitor.

2.Attendees should have a level 200-300 understanding of the Azure platform.  Understand concepts like PowerShell, Azure Cli, ARM, resource groups, RBAC, network, storage, compute, Scale Sets, virtual machines and security.  Previous experience working with ARM templates is recommended.

3. Access to a machine with Visual Studio Code and the Azure PowerShell Modules loaded or Azure CLI. VS Code ARM and PowerShell extensions should be configured.

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Day 1

9 – 9:30 AM: Kickoff & Introductions

9:30 - 10:30 AM: Deploy Lab

10:30 - 10:45 AM: Break

10:45 - Noon: Azure Security & Management and Monitor Overviews

Noon – 1 PM: Lunch

1 – 3 PM: Monitor and Alert Rule Challenges begin

3 – 3:15 PM: Break

3:15 – 5 PM: Monitor and Alert Rule Automation Challenges begins

Day 2

9 – 9:30 AM: Team Sync up (what did you learn from Day 1?, how did it go?, blocked?)

9:30 - 10:15 AM: Log Analytics Overview

10:15 - 10:30 AM: Break

10:30 - Noon: Log Analytics Challenges Start

Noon – 1 PM: Lunch

1 – 3 PM: Log Analytics Dashboard Challenges Start

3 – 3:15 PM: break

3:15 – 5 PM: Log Analytics Challanges (complete)

Day 3

9 – 9:30 AM: Team Sync up (what did you learn from Day 2?, how did it go?, blocked?)

9:30 - 10:15 AM: App Insights Overview

10:15 - 10:30 AM: Break

10:30 - Noon: App Insights Challenges Start

Noon – 1 PM: Lunch

1 – 3 PM: App Insights Challenges Continues

3 – 4 PM: Plan & Whiteboard Monitoring for existing Application

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