Creating new Azure Alert Rule for failed App Service backup failes with error: The operation name BackupWebSite is not supported because no operations were found for provider . Supported operations should be of the form: ""

asked 2021-11-11T16:59:53.893+00:00
Graham, Walt 21 Reputation points

Creating a alert rule in "Alerts" using signal name "Create Web App Backup (microsoft.web/sites)" will successfully fire off the alert for successful App Service backups but not for failed backups (status of Failed and Succeeded are checked in the signal logic). When attempting to create an alert from the failed log entry in the App Services Activity log it gives me the error: "Failed to create alert rule test. The operation name BackupWebSite is not supported because no operations were found for provider . Supported operations should be of the form: "" I am needing to be able to have an alert that fires for not only when a backup succeeds, but when it fails. Hoping someone might have some guidance.....

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  1. answered 2021-11-11T20:40:19.37+00:00
    Grmacjon-MSFT 8,591 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Hello @Graham, Walt ,

    Currently it seems like there is no direct option to select backup failed alerts in Alerts blade. However, you can follow the steps in this Stack Overflow thread for a workaround to achieve Backup Alerts. To create the rule, navigate to App Service --> Monitoring --> Alerts.

    If you would like to see this as a feature please share your feature request on our Azure Feedback site which is closely monitored by the engineering team.

    Hope that helps. Please let us know if you have further questions.

    Thanks,
    Grace

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