Fully Qualified Name (FQN) Type Units Statistic Min Max Sparse Data Strategy BASE CORR UTIL Description azure.applicationgateway.throughput GAUGE bytes/second average 0 none none yes no no The number of bytes per second being processed by the gateway.
1. Create a Microsoft Azure Integration Card From the top navigation menu, select Integrations. Click the Microsoft Azure card. In a separate, new tab, open the Azure portal. The following instructions were created using the Azure portal not the classic portal. Instructions vary depending on which portal you’re using.
2. Create an Active Directory Application in Azure Once in the Azure portal, click Azure Active Directory from the left side menu.
All of the metrics for Azure can be found in this folder.
Metrics Available Application Gateway Basic Metrics Boot Diagnostics
Policy names are prefixed with Azure VM –
Policy name Metrics Required Duration Condition 1 (and) Condition 2 (and) Condition 3 Cat. Description CPU Threshold Exceeded Boot Diagnostics 15 min Processor.PercentProcessorTime has a static threshold > 50% WARNING The CPU on the Azure Virtual Machine has exceeded 95% for at least 15 minutes. Elevated CPU Activity (Normal Network Activity) Boot Diagnostics 30 min Processor.
Fully Qualified Name (FQN) Type Units Statistic Min Max Sparse Data Strategy (SDS) BASE CORR UTIL Description azure.virtualmachine.memory.availablememory GAUGE bytes average 0 none none yes no no The total amount of available memory in bytes. azure.virtualmachine.memory.availableswap GAUGE bytes average 0 none none yes no no The total amount of swap space available in bytes. azure.virtualmachine.memory.pagespersec GAUGE pages / second average 0 none none yes yes no The total number of pages read and written per second.
Fully Qualified Name (FQN) Type Units Statistic Min Max Sparse Data Strategy (SDS) BASE CORR UTIL Description azure.virtualmachine.networkin GAUGE bytes average 0 none none yes yes no Bytes received over the network. Note that this metric is the same as the Basic Metric azure.virtualmachine.networkinterface.bytesreceived azure.virtualmachine.networkout GAUGE bytes average 0 none none yes yes no Bytes transmitted over the network. Note that this metric is the same as the Basic Metric azure.
Azure Virtual Machines will share boot diagnostic metrics by default, which are a small subset of core metrics. To enable Guest OS diagnostic (basic) metrics that provide more information about your machine, you’ll need to follow these steps (depending on your situation):
Enable Basic Metrics on Existing VM In Azure, navigate to Virtual machines. Select a virtual machine. Another window with options will open. Select Diagnostic settings. Under Configure required settings, select the checkbox next to Basic metrics.
You can filter what Azure elements are included in Metricly’s monitoring by using regex to match key-value pairs. Metricly offers opt-in (include) or opt-out (exclude) element filtering.
Using opt-in filtering In your Azure portal, create or choose an existing tag (key-value pair). Then, assign the tag to the Azure elements you do not want Metricly to monitor. In Metricly, navigate to your Azure integration card. Expand the element types you want to filter.
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform, similar to Amazon Web Services. With Azure integration in Metricly, you can monitor the performance of your entire cloud infrastructure. Metricly requires Reader role permissions of your Azure environment, which can be granted using the Owner or User Access Administrator roles.
Related Topics Azure Installation Azure Metrics Enable Guest OS Diagnostic Metrics Filter Elements