Setting up alerts for whole set of virtual machines.

Varma 1,275 Reputation points
2024-06-30T15:28:06.5566667+00:00

I know we can create alert rule by navigating to respective section of virtual machine.

what if I want to set of alert for the signal like CPU or memory goes more than 75 % for bunch of virtual machines, can we set up all machines at the subscription level, instead of going each vm and perform alert rule?

and second question can we create a dashboard for these VMs to monitor health , ram and cpu etc.

if so how.

Could you Please suggest.

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  1. DEEP KRISHNA NANDAMURI 0 Reputation points
    2024-06-30T18:55:20.02+00:00
    1. Create a Dashboard:
      • Go to the Azure portal and navigate to "Dashboard Hub."
      • Select "New dashboard" to create a custom dashboard.
    2. Add Tiles to Dashboard:
      • Use the "Add tile" button to add various visualizations and metrics to your dashboard.
      • You can add charts, graphs, and other visualizations from your Log Analytics queries or workbooks.
    3. Customize and Save:
      • Customize the layout and content of your dashboard to suit your needs.
      • Save the dashboard and share it with your team if needed.

    you can use the Create a VM scale set dashboard to start your dashboard.