I am having lots of trouble using a .NET Core application in my environment, and it would be great if I could "see" what it is doing using APM. That application is closed-source and I cannot modify it.
I have usually worked in Java environments where you can attach a Java agent to a living PID, or modify the startup options of the program to enable the agent. Is there any way to do something like that to a .NET Core application?
I have access to the .exe file, the "web.config" and the "appsettings.json", and can run commands in the machine where the app is running.