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Alerts on Azure Storage Queue

I like to send email alerts when messages get pushed to a particular queue in a storage account? Is this possible using Azure portal? If not, what are my no/low code solutions?

For e.g. in this Microsoft reference implementation, dead letter messages get pushed to a queue. I like to initiate notification for those messages. I prefer to use Azure portal Storage Account Alerts UI. But, if that is not possible, what low/no code solutions do I have ?

Please note that the storage account could have multiple queues present and I like email notifications only when messages enter a particular storage queue.



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SumanthMarigowda-MSFT answered KiranPradeep-3782 commented

@KiranPradeep-3782 Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Platform, Thank you for posting your query here!

It’s in our backlog but there is no concrete timeline to share yet.

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Additional information: If you want to get the count when the new queue message has added into the poison queue. You could choose queue trigger. The codes is as same as the timer trigger, just change the parameters.

Workaround: The queue storage trigger runs a function as messages are added to Azure Queue storage.

Gets the approximate message count for the queue:

How to alert on queue size on azure service bus

Monitoring Azure Queue Storage

Monitoring Azure Storage Queues with Application Insights and Azure Monitor

Hope this helps!

If you have any queries or question, please feel free to get in touch with me. I would like to work closer on this issue


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To confirm the understanding, at this point of time, there is no low/no code solution for monitoring specific queues. We could use Functions etc with custom code to achieve the same. Kindly correct if otherwise.

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Thanks. The third party www reference was helpful even though we need to write code. Thanks again.

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