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In a previous post, I showed how to report errors to New Relic from an Azure Worker Role. This Cloud Service could be deployed in a number of environments, such as Test and Production. With the NewRelic.AppName setting defined in app.config (or web.config for a Web Role), all deployments will report data under that single […]


Reporting errors to New Relic from an Azure Worker Role

by Richard Kerslake

New Relic is a great tool for monitoring applications and servers. It can integrate nicely with Microsoft Azure, especially with web/IIS based applications. For applications that run in a Worker Role, it can be a bit more tricky to get the project set up correctly and data flowing to New Relic. The following steps walk […]


Troubleshooting Twilio with New Relic

by Richard Kerslake

Recruitment Genius asked endjin to develop an automated, telephony-based candidate interviewing system, using Twilio and Microsoft Azure. After it went live, Recruitment Genius started receiving a number of support calls from users who were having trouble logging into the system. Troubleshooting involved a series of laborious steps to manually tally Twilio logs with logs from the rest […]