Exam AZ-400: Capture Web Application Logs with App Service Diagnostics Logging


Suppose you are the lead web developer for an online fashion site based on Azure Web apps. The company is rolling out a major rebranding, and is using this as an opportunity to bring new purchasing, tracking, and social media features to the company’s online presence. The company has won several prestigious and influential industry and consumer awards for the high standard of its current online customer experience, so it is essential that when the new apps go live, there are no unexpected performance or functionality issues. You have an app in development and, during this early stage of the dev cycle, you want a simple and easy way to capture basic app logging output without the need for a specialized SDK, such as Azure Application Insights.

In this module, to record traces in your web apps, you will enable app logging. You will enable logging, monitor a live log stream, and retrieve logs from Azure.


Learning objectives

In this module, you’ll:

  • Enable app logging on an Azure Web App.
  • View live app logging activity with the log streaming service.
  • Retrieve app log files from an app with Kudu or the Azure CLI.


  • Experience in basic web app development and deployment, including creating trace output from apps.
  • In the Azure portal, know how to navigate resources.


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