For Application Gateway v2, is there a way within metrics to conifrm how many Persistant Connections there are? [ 2201110060001870 ]

Peter Thurwachter (MINDTREE LIMITED) 621 Reputation points
2022-01-16T21:58:59.247+00:00

Hello,

Regarding Application Gateway v2, Usage Data will only show how many “Capacity Units” were consumed.

When looking at the Usage data itself, it says 20 Capacity Units are being used daily.
According to the Pricing Calculator, 1 Capacity unit consists of

1 Computing Unit
2500 Persistent Connection(s)
2.2 Throughput (mb/s)

So if using 20 Capacity Units daily, that would infer either of Metrics are close to the below threshold.

20 Computing Unit
50000 Persistent Connection(s)
44.4 Throughput (mb/s)

The Cx's Metrics seem to show neither (A) Computing Units nor (C) Throughput Units are anywhere close to this threshold.

It is still possible that within (B) "Connections" we are close to having 50000 Persistent Connections, but how can one verify this?
Is there a way to know how many Persistent Connections are being used? Because if just from looking at (A) and (C) it seems needing 20 Capacity Units is way overkill and unnecessary.

Thank you

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  1. SaiKishor-MSFT 17,171 Reputation points
    2022-01-25T23:06:54.14+00:00

    @Peter Thurwachter (MINDTREE LIMITED) Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A.

    You can check the current connections count as seen below in the metrics:

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    Hope this helps.
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