Part 2: Details of All Azure Monitored Services

This is the continuation of Part 1: Monitor Azure Resources from Uptime Cloud MonitorThis is the second blog post in a series of 5 that will give you an overview of how to configure the UCM Azure monitoring, alerting and viewing of monitoring data. Refer also to Part 3: Newly Added Analysis Services of this series of blog posts.

Azure monitoring for VM, MSSQL, MySql, and PostgreSQL was introduced in November 2017.

We are happy to announce that we have added monitoring support for 11 more Azure services.

Previously added services:

Newly added services:

  • Analysis Services (covered in part 3 of the series)
  • Network Services (covered in part 4 of the series)
    • Standard Load Balancer
    • Application Gateway
    • Virtual Network Gateway
    • Express Route Circuit
    • Traffic Manager Profile
  • Web Services (covered in part 5 of the series)
    • Server Farm (App Service Plan)
    • Site (Web App)
    • Function Site (Function App)
    • Slot
    • Function Slot

The 11 services newly added services can be categorized into three main categories:

  1. Analysis Services (covered in part 3 of the series)
  2. Network Services (covered in part 4 of the series)
  3. Web Services (covered in part 5 of the series)

Let us take a look at previously available services and then we will walk through newly added services. You can always use the links above to jump to a particular service.

1. Virtual Machines

Figure 9: Virtual Machines Dashboard

As Figure 9 illustrates, from the Azure Virtual Machines Dashboard, a user can:

  1. See CPU usage for a monitored Azure Virtual Machine.
  2. See Network usage for a monitored Azure Virtual Machine.
  3. Click on ‘Details’ button to see more details about this monitored Azure Virtual Machine.
  4. Click on ‘Next’ button to see more widgets if available for other monitored Azure Virtual Machines.

2. SQL Databases

Figure 10: SQL Database Dashboard

As Figure 10 illustrates, from the Azure SQL Database Dashboard, a user can:

  1. See CPU usage for a monitored Azure SQL database
  2. See Storage percentage for a monitored Azure SQL database
  3. See Data Input/Output for a monitored Azure SQL database
  4. See Throughput details for a monitored Azure SQL database
  5. See Workers count for a monitored Azure SQL database
  6. See Number of successful and failed connections for a monitored Azure SQL database
  7. Click on ‘Details’ button to see more details about this monitored Azure SQL database.
  8. Click on ‘Next’ button to see more widgets if available for other monitored Azure SQL databases.

3. MySQL Servers

Figure 11: MySQL servers dashboard

As Figure 11 illustrates, from the Azure MySQL Servers Dashboard, a user can:

  1. See CPU usage for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  2. See Memory usage for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  3. See IO details for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  4. See Storage consumption for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  5. See used and total available storage for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  6. See active and failed connections for a monitored Azure MySQL Server
  7. Click on ‘Details’ button to see more details about this monitored Azure MySQL Server.
  8. Click on ‘Next’ button to see more widgets if available for other monitored Azure MySQL Servers.

4. PostgreSQL Servers

Figure 12: PostgreSQL servers dashboard

As Figure 12 illustrates, from the Azure PostgreSQL Servers Dashboard, a user can:

  1. See CPU usage for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  2. See Memory usage for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  3. See IO details for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  4. See Storage consumption for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  5. See used, and total available storage for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  6. See active and failed connections for a monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server
  7. Click on ‘Details’ button to see more details about this monitored Azure PostgreSQL Server.
  8. Click on ‘Next’ button to see more widgets if available for other monitored Azure PostgreSQL Servers.

For any questions, you can post a comment or contact support@copperegg.com.

Refer also to Part 3: Newly Added Analysis Services of this series of blog posts.

Stay tuned to see more features and more monitoring support getting added to Uptime Cloud Monitor in the near future.

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