Monthly Archives: December 2018

Azure Monitor for containers

Microsoft recently announced availability of Azure Monitor for containers for checking health and performance of Kubernetes clusters hosted on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Major items to watch on that are:

 Multi-cluster View

Helps monitor all available clusters across subscriptions, resource groups and workspaces, and even helps you identify those clusters which are not yet monitored.

Drilldown in Performance Grid

From cluster view you can drill down to view performance details of your nodes, controllers and containers.

Live debugging

Review your container logs directly in Azure portal and allows pausing of live streams and search within logs for errors and issues.


Other than portal this monitor can be onboarded using Azure Resource Manager and CLI.

See details of this announcements here

Managing flows when a user is deactivated

Recently a question was raised by a client regarding Microsoft Flow as described below, we tried to answer that within our team and come up with some solutions.


When a person creates a flow with his/her service account and then they leave the company, we would deactivate their service account. Would the flow also get deactivated? Does the flow need to be created with a generic service account?

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