Hello @Babeu, Iain ,
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You can Enable Azure Monitor for AVS as described in the following link https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-vmware/integrate-azure-native-services#enable-azure-monitor
Resource health and Service health are two azure monitor services that provides insights into this type of issues for which you can configure alerts as per the steps mentioned in this document Link
Azure Monitor can collect data from different sources to monitor and analyze and different types of data for analysis, visualization, and alerting for resource and service health related issues.
You can also create alert rules to identify issues in your environment, like high use of resources, missing patches, low disk space, and heartbeat of your VMs. You can set an automated response to detected events by sending an alert to IT Service Management (ITSM) tools. Alert detection notification can also be sent via email.
Hope this helps!
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