Originally posted on Kloud’s blog.
Azure WebJobs have been available for quite some time and have become very popular for running background tasks with programs or scripts. WebJobs are deployed as part of Azure App Services (Web Apps), which include their companion site Kudu. Kudu provides a lot of features, including a REST API, which provides operations for source code management (SCM), virtual file system, deployments, accessing logs, and for WebJob management as well. The Kudu WebJobs API provides different operations including listing WebJobs, uploading a WebJob, or triggering it. One of the operations of this API allows to get the status of a specific WebJob by name.
Another quite popular Azure service is Application Insights. This provides functionality to monitor and diagnose application issues and to analyse usage and performance as well. One of these features are web tests, which provide a way to monitor the availability and health…
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