Using Azure Monitor for service monitoring

atatatatata 0 Reputation points
2023-10-26T00:57:17.5766667+00:00

Hello. I am considering the adoption of Azure, and I would like to know if it is possible to use Azure Monitor for monitoring web services and DB services targeting both IaaS and PaaS.

In terms of monitoring, we are considering the following items.

  • Health monitoring
  • service monitoring
  • process monitoring
  • port monitoring
  • URL monitoring
  • CPU monitoring
  • disk capacity monitoring
  • log monitoring

It may be a basic question, but I would appreciate your guidance.

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An Azure service that is used to collect, analyze, and act on telemetry data from Azure and on-premises environments.
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  1. tbgangav-MSFT 10,406 Reputation points
    2023-10-30T03:27:41.0433333+00:00

    Hi @atatatatata ,

    Yes, Azure Monitor can be used for monitoring web services and DB services targeting both IaaS and PaaS. Azure Monitor provides a single unified hub for all monitoring and diagnostics data in Azure. You can use it to get visibility across your resources. With Azure Monitor, you can find and fix problems, optimize performance, and understand customer behavior. Azure Monitor collects data from various data sources, including application, container, guest operating system, Azure resource, Azure subscription, Azure tenant, and Azure resource changes. Additionally, Azure Monitor can collect log data from any REST client using the Data Collector API. You can use the insights features of Azure Monitor to monitor your applications, containers, virtual machines, and networks. You can also set up alerts and autoscaling rules based on metrics.


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