Professional C# 6 and .NET Core 1.0 by Christian Nagel

By Christian Nagel

A real professional's advisor to C# 6
Professional C# 6 and .NET center 1.0 offers entire insurance of the most recent updates, positive aspects, and functions, providing you with every little thing you would like for C#. Get professional guide at the newest adjustments to visible Studio 2015, home windows Runtime, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, home windows shop Apps, home windows Workflow origin, and extra, with transparent reasons, no-nonsense pacing, and worthy specialist perception. This awfully worthy advisor serves as either instructional and table reference, offering a professional-level evaluate of C# structure and its program in a couple of components. You'll achieve a pretty good historical past in controlled code and .NET constructs in the context of the 2015 unlock, so that you can get acclimated quick and come back to work.

The new updates can actively streamline your workflow, with significant alterations together with reimagined C# refactoring aid, a brand new .NET net app stack, and the .NET compiler platform that makes C# and visible easy compilers on hand as APIs. This publication walks you thru the alterations with a finished C# review.

Explore the hot visible Studio templates for ASP.NET middle 1.0, internet varieties, and MVC
Learn concerning the networking swap to HttpClient and ASP.NET internet API's alternative of WCF facts Services
Work with the newest updates to the development log, home windows Runtime 2.0, and home windows 8.1 deployment and localization
Dig deep into the recent .NET 5.0 GC behaviors and the Migrations addition to ADO.NET
Microsoft has stepped up either the cadence and value in their software program releases. specialist C# 6 and .NET center 1.0 exhibits you every thing you must find out about operating with C# in a real-world context.

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Look at Figure 2-5 for the e-mail I received (sender was noreply@oms. com in my case). 22 CHAPTER 2 ■ DEPLOYING OMS: MONITORING IN THE CLOUD Figure 2-5. E-mail address needs to be confirmed 6. Clicking the Confirm Now button in the e-mail will also redirect you to the OMS Workspace. It is required to do so, even though the OMS Workspace is already created successfully from the previous steps. This completes the steps that are needed to successfully create an OMS Workspace. Initial Configuration of the OMS Workspace Now the OMS Workspace is successfully created, you can continue the configuration of the OMS Workspace by going through some basic settings that need to be defined first, before you start using the solution.

OMS Mobile App Solution Pack tile, detailed view 49 CHAPTER 2 ■ DEPLOYING OMS: MONITORING IN THE CLOUD Figure 2-40. Drilling down on the Accounts Failed to Log On option While the OMS Mobile App is not the “be all, end all” of the OMS solution, it is a welcome additional and nifty tool for system administrators wanting to get a view on their monitored environment while on the road. Summary I assume by now you have a good understanding of the base features and functionalities of OMS, including how the Solution Packs can be integrated and how the Log Search queries can be of help.

In this section, I guide you through several examples on how to use the powerful OMS Log Search function to perform detailed OMS data analysis. For that, I will start from the Log Search option, digging deeper into the analysis feature by going over several "typical" Solution Packs and showing you how to analyze the data from them. 35 CHAPTER 2 ■ DEPLOYING OMS: MONITORING IN THE CLOUD ■ Note These examples will never be complete, as it all depends on what Solution Packs you deployed and what operating systems you are running in your environment.

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