Bot Analytics: Behind the Scenes. You can enjoy Azure IoT journey without a real device. Posted on March 21, 2019 April 22, 2019 by The Bot Framework Team. Share this post Application Insights is a great way to gather analytic information from all kinds of applications, including bots. Leveraging Azure App Service and Azure Functions, the hackfest team also addressed topics such as security, scheduled execution, and monitoring.
Create a new Bot Service. Figure 1, create a bot in the Azure Portal, quick easy.

Connecting your bot to messaging clients requires a Bot Channels Registration (Connector Service in the diagram below) which isn’t yet available in Azure Government, so we’ll set that up in Azure Commercial and point it to the Azure Government bot. This is a Web simulator for Raspberry Pi as client and Azure IoT Hub as service. Once entered, similar to that in Figure 2, click the Create …

Enter the required details for the bot, they are identical to the required details of an App Service, for example App Name, Subscription, Resource Group and Location. Microsoft is radically simplifying cloud dev and ops in first-of-its-kind Azure Preview portal at Log into the Azure Portal, click on the + New, then search for Bot Service, as shown in Figure 1. Microsoft France and ENGIE Global Energy Markets partnered to migrate the first of its applications to Azure. So it’s just the Connector Service that’s hosted in Azure Commercial, the bot itself will be hosted in Azure Government. How to create a sample nodejs bot which utilizes Azure Functions in 15 minutes February 22, 2017 February 22, 2017 Marky Roden Azure , Bot Framework Azure , bot , Bot Framework , PSC In this article I will demonstrate how to create a nodejs bot hosted in Azure.
Microsoft Healthcare Bot Conversational AI for Healthcare The Microsoft Healthcare Bot service is a cloud service that empowers healthcare organizations to build and deploy, AI-powered virtual health assistants and chatbots that can be used to enhance their … For example, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) just released a COVID-19 assessment bot that can quickly assess the symptoms and risk factors for people worried about infection, provide information and suggest a next course of action such as contacting a medical provider or, for those who do not need in-person medical care, managing the illness safely at home.