Difficult to debug
Source maps help solve this challenge. However, it’s difficult to associate the captured stack trace with the correct source map. Add in the need to support multiple versions of a page, A/B testing, and safe-deploy flighting, and it’s nearly impossible to quickly troubleshoot and fix production errors.
Unminify with one-click
Azure Monitor’s new source map integration enables users to link an Azure Monitor Application Insights Resource to an Azure Blob Services Container and unminify their call stacks from the Azure Portal with a single click. Configure continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines to automatically upload your source maps to Blob storage for a seamless end-to-end experience.
Microsoft Cloud App Security’s story
Over the last five years, they’ve grown in their agility to deploying multiple versions per day. Each deployment results in hundreds of source map files, which are automatically uploaded to Azure Blob container folders according to version and type and stored for 30 days.
Here’s an example scenario from a demo application:
Configure source map support once, and all users of the Application Insights Resource benefit. Here are three steps to get started:
- Configure a Source Map storage account.
- Configure CI/CD pipeline.
Note: Add an Azure File Copy task to your Azure DevOps Build pipeline to upload source map files to Blob each time a new version of your application deploys to ensure relevant source map files are available.
Manually drag source map
If source map storage is not yet configured or if your source map file is missing from the configured Azure Blob storage container, it’s still possible to manually drag and drop a source map file onto the call stack in the Azure Portal.
Submit your feedback
Finally, this feature is only possible because our Azure Monitor community spoke out on GitHub. Please keep talking, and we’ll keep listening. Join the conversation by entering an idea on UserVoice, creating a new issue on GitHub, asking a question on StackOverflow, or posting a comment below.
Source: Azure Blog Feed