By default, when you deploy SCEPman from Azure Marketplace, SCEPman will not update automatically. To always stay up to date, we recommend to re-configure SCEPman to adapt our evergreen update strategy. In case you need full control over your updates, configure a custom artifact location.
You can configure two different logging parts in your App Service, to retain your log data. The one part is the App Service Logs, which will save all application and IIS server-based log data. The other part is the Diagnostic settings, this contains platform logs and metrics data.
Use the storage account we created in Step 4 and create two new blob containers. This blob containers can be selected in the App Service Logs instructions. In the Diagnostic settings you can directly choose the storage account and blob containers will be created automatically.
Step 7: Deploy Application Insights
This is recommended step.
The Application Insights can be used to get an overview of the App Service performance and to get deeper insights of the request processing of SCEPman. We recommend to always configure Application Insights to monitor, maintain and optimize the App Service.