azure metric name

Upasana Ghosh 321 Reputation points
2023-01-04T14:50:45.85+00:00

Hello Team ,
I want to know what are these metrics even mean that captured in my logs? please let me know the description of each below words mentioned :
Capacity
NetworkConnectivity
BackendDuration
Duration
TotalRequests
Requests
SuccessfulRequests
OtherRequests

the objective is i want to understand the cpu and memory utilization of my resources and get details from azure logs as AzureMetrics . how can i do that ?

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  1. ChaitanyaNaykodi-MSFT 9,946 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-01-04T23:14:13.457+00:00

    @Upasana Ghosh ,

    Thank you for reaching out. Based on my understanding from your question above you want to know the description for the metrics captured by your logs. If I understand it correctly you are using Azure APIM resource, you can go through this document to get the description for each of the metrics described above.

    Like for example NetworkConnectivity represents the Network Connectivity status of dependent resource types from API Management service.

    Based on your question above.

    the objective is i want to understand the cpu and memory utilization of my resources and get details from azure logs as AzureMetrics . how can i do that ?

    Given the Azure resource you are using, if in this case if you are using Azure APIM then the Capacity metric will give you the required information as this metric ranges from 0-100 calculated based on gateway resources such as CPU and memory utilization. You can go through this documentation for additional details.

    Hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any additional questions here.


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