How do I find my Event Grid's System Topic alert?

Franko Morales 25 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
2023-10-31T17:57:09.0066667+00:00

I recently created a System Topic to emit Key Vault's SecretNearExpiry event. I set up a Dead Letter queue for it.

I figured how to create a new alert, when an event is received on my Dead Letter queue.

Now I want to see find it, in case I need to modify it or simply to verify that it exists.

I cannot find a way to do that. How to do it if a System Topic only has Metric and Diagnostic Settings under the monitoring tab?

Thanks

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  1. JananiRamesh-MSFT 22,876 Reputation points
    2023-11-01T15:00:20.59+00:00

    @Franko Morales Thanks for reaching out. From the description i understand that you have created an alert when an event is received on a Dead Letter queue. Now you would need to know how to see the alert configuration and edit it when required correct me if i am wrong here.

    To find and modify the alert you created for your Dead Letter queue, you can follow these steps.

    1. Sign in to the Azure portal.
    2. Search for Alerts using search bar.
    3. Select alert rulesUser's image
    4. Here, you can see all your existing alert rules across subscriptions. You can further filter the rules using resource group, resource type, and resource.

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    1. Select the alert rule you want to edit, and then select Edit.
    2. Select any of the tabs for the alert rule to edit the settings.

    Reference: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-monitor/alerts/alerts-create-new-alert-rule?tabs=metric

    I hope the answer helps. Please let me know if you have any further queries.

    Please 'Accept as answer' and ‘Upvote’ if it helped so that it can help others in the community looking for help on similar topics

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