This is a quick post to put out how to set a Bearer Token using PowerShell for Invoke-RestMethod and Invoke-WebRequest as it was something I could not find a clear explaining post.
When you create Custom Database Metrics in AppDynamics, you first thought is to create a new row for each metric, but if you have a lot to report on this can become messy. Not only that but in the metric view you will have a very long list of reports to go through. Therefore when we had the consultant down at work, we was shown how to group collections of metrics in one query, which then shows in the metric view in a sub folder. This tactic, we could not find anywhere on the internet, so I thought I would share this very handle insight for AppDynamics.
When you’re starting a new project and thinking about what you’re going to use in your application, what factors do you consider? Sometimes this depends on what your role is, so a develop will jump straight in with just use X coding language and continue on their way. Whereas other might want to play with whatever the new and latest technology is. Then there is people like myself that likes to think about the whole picture, and so here are some of the key factors I consider when building a new application.
We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.
There is a package for Sitecore called the Sitecore Package Deployer, that updates the Sitecore Content Management System(CMS) with packages from Team Development for Sitecore(TDS). While working with this package extension I have been told and shown two tips that can help with your development and deployment.