Enabling Microsoft Azure Diagnostics in Visual Studio 2013

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Visual Studio 2013 makes it easy to enable and visualize diagnostics in a Microsoft Azure cloud service. You can configure the collection of standard Microsoft Azure diagnostic data such as application logs, event logs, performance counters and infrastructure logs. Just make sure to pick a reasonable transfer period so as not to impact performance, and keep the total information collected under the 4096 overall diagnostic quota. We will also demonstrate how to easily add diagnostic trace messages in your code which will appear in the WADLogsTable in your storage account.

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