Azure Monitor partner integrations

The following partner products integrate with Azure Monitor. They're listed in alphabetical order.

This article is not a complete list of partners. The number keeps expanding and maintaining this list is no longer scalable. As such, we are not accepting new requests to be added to this list. Any GitHub changes opened will be closed without action. We suggest you use your favorite search engine to locate other appropropriate partners.

Alert Logic Log Manager

Alert Logic logo.

Alert Logic Log Manager collects virtual machine (VM), application, and Azure platform logs for security analysis and retention. It also collects the Azure Activity Log through the Azure Monitor API. This information is used to detect malfeasance and meet compliance requirements.

For more information, see the Alert Logic documentation.


AppDynamics logo.

AppDynamics Application Performance Management (APM) enables application owners to rapidly troubleshoot performance bottlenecks and optimize the performance of their applications running in an Azure environment. It can monitor Microsoft Azure Cloud Services (PaaS), web and worker roles, virtual machines (IaaS), remote service detection (Azure Service Bus), Azure Queue Storage, remote services, data storage, and Azure Blob Storage. AppDynamics APM is available in Azure Marketplace.

For more information, see the AppDynamics documentation.

Atlassian JIRA

Atlassian logo.

You can create JIRA tickets on Azure Monitor alerts. For more information, see the Atlassian documentation for Azure Monitor.

BMC Helix

BMC Helix logo.

BMC Helix is an autonomous SaaS platform for enterprise service and operations. Integrated with 360-degree intelligence, it empowers businesses to proactively and predictively discover, monitor, service, remediate, optimize, and deliver omni-channel experiences for IT and lines of business.

By seamlessly integrating IT service management (ITSM) and IT operations management (ITOM), BMC Helix enables IT and business users to eliminate IT silos, make data-driven business decisions, and deliver industry-leading customer experiences.

Customers can deploy the BMC Helix platform with the cloud deployment of their choice: public, private, or hybrid. Additionally, customers have a choice of AI or machine learning (ML) solutions from major providers.

Learn more about BMC Helix.


See the Botmetric introduction for Azure.


Circonus logo.

Circonus provides a platform for machine data intelligence that can handle billions of metric streams in real time to drive business insight and value. Use Circonus to collect, track, and visualize key metrics related to your Microsoft Azure setup. Gain system-wide visibility into Azure resource utilization, application performance, and operational health.

For more information, see the Circonus documentation.


CloudHealth logo.

Unite and automate your cloud with a platform built to save time and money. CloudHealth provides visibility, intuitive optimization, and sound governance practices for cloud management. The CloudHealth platform enables enterprises and managed-service providers (MSPs) to maximize return on cloud investments. Make confident decisions around cost, usage, performance, and security.

For more information, see the CloudHealth documentation.


CloudMonix logo.

CloudMonix offers monitoring, automation, and self-healing services for the Microsoft Azure platform. For more information, see the CloudMonix introduction.


Datadog logo.

Azure enables customers to migrate and modernize their applications to run in the cloud, in coordination with many partner solutions. One such partner is Datadog, which provides observability and security tools for users to understand the health and performance of their applications across hybrid and multiple-cloud environments. But configuring the necessary integrations often requires moving between the Azure portal and Datadog. This process adds complexity, takes time, and makes it difficult to troubleshoot if things aren't working.

To reduce the burden of managing across multiple portals, Microsoft has worked with Datadog to create an integrated Datadog solution on the Azure cloud platform. Available via Azure Marketplace, this solution provides a seamless experience for using the Datadog cloud monitoring solution in Azure.

With the integration between Azure and Datadog, organizations can now fully map their legacy and cloud-based systems, monitor real-time data during every phase of the cloud transition, and help ensure that migrated applications meet performance targets. This integration combines the global presence, flexibility, security, and compliance capabilities of Azure with the logging and monitoring capabilities of Datadog.

Through this unified experience, you'll be able to:

  • Provision a new Datadog organization and configure Azure resources to send logs and metrics to Datadog. This is a fully managed setup with no infrastructure for customers to set up and operate.
  • Seamlessly send logs and metrics to Datadog. The log-forwarding process has been completely automated. Rather than build out a log-forwarding pipeline with diagnostic settings, event hubs, and functions, you can configure everything with just a few clicks.
  • Easily install the Datadog agent on VM hosts through a single click.
  • Streamline single-sign on (SSO) to Datadog. A separate sign-on from the Datadog portal is no longer required.
  • Get unified billing for the Datadog service through Azure subscription invoicing.

The Datadog integration with Azure is available in Azure Marketplace.

For documentation on the integration, see Datadog integration with Azure. If you're still using the previous, manually configured integration, see the documentation on the Datadog website.


Dynatrace logo.

Dynatrace partners with Microsoft to help the world’s largest organizations tame hybrid, multicloud complexity and accelerate digital transformation. Beyond the integrations built by Dynatrace that enable monitoring of specific Azure services and the ability to purchase the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, Dynatrace also deeply integrates with Microsoft Azure as a native solution. Azure Native Dynatrace Service provides all the unique capabilities of the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform on Microsoft Azure with native integration into the Azure Portal. The Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform provides several purpose-built integrations for monitoring Microsoft Azure resources and services. Some examples include:

  • VM Extension for Azure Virtual Machines
  • Extension for Azure App services for Windows, Linux and containers
  • VM Extension for Azure Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS)
  • Azure Site-Extension on Azure Functions
  • Monitoring of Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Dynatrace OpenTelemetry Instrumentation of Azure Functions
  • Azure Spring Apps integration
  • Dynatrace Azure Monitor Integration

Dynatrace SaaS is hosted on Microsoft Azure and available in several Azure regions. For an overview of the currently supported Azure regions please see the Dynatrace documentation.

Furthermore, Dynatrace is also available as a native solution integrated into Microsoft Azure. The Azure Native Dynatrace Service is available via the Azure Marketplace

The Azure Native Dynatrace Service gives Microsoft Azure customers a seamless experience for Dynatrace automatic and intelligent observability and runtime application security in and from Azure. The benefits of this native integration include:

  • Integrated onboarding: You can provision Dynatrace and manage the integration through the Azure Marketplace and Portal. The seamless onboarding experience sets up Dynatrace automatically.
  • Single sign-on: You can easily enable SSO through Microsoft Entra ID.
  • Metrics and logs: You can enable the collection of metrics and logs for Virtual Machine (VM) and App Services resources by installing Dynatrace OneAgent on those resources. Furthermore, you can activate the sending of Azure subscription activity logs and resource logs to Dynatrace.
  • OneAgent deployment: You can install or uninstall Dynatrace OneAgents on single or multiple virtual machines and Azure App Services directly from your Azure Portal.
  • Manage Dynatrace within Azure portal: Within your Azure Portal, you can verify which resources are sending Azure metrics and logs to Dynatrace and make instant changes as needed.
  • Deeper Azure CLI integration: You can easily manage Dynatrace resources from the Azure CLI to further extend deployments of those resources with ARM templates or other third-party IAAC platforms, such as Terraform.
  • Azure Monitor metrics collection: The collection of Azure Monitor metrics from your Azure subscription can be activated with one click with no need for configuration or hosting of infrastructure/components. This includes Azure services such as App Services & Functions, Azure Databases, Azure Load Balancers, Azure Storage, and many more (see the complete list of services). Monitoring with the Azure Native Dynatrace Service is set up in the background and activated from the Azure console in a second.

For more information and documentation on the native integration of Dynatrace in Azure, see our documentation or directly have a look at the Azure marketplace listing


Elastic logo.

Elastic is a search company. As the creator of the Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Kibana, Beats, and Logstash), Elastic builds self-managed and SaaS offerings that make data usable in real time and at scale for search, logging, security, and analytics use cases.

For more information, see the Elastic documentation.


Grafana logo.

Grafana is an open-source application that enables you to visualize metric data for time series. Learn more about Azure Monitor integration with Grafana.


InfluxData logo.

InfluxData is the creator of InfluxDB, the open-source time series database. Its technology is purpose built to handle the massive volumes of time-stamped data produced by Internet of Things (IoT) devices, applications, networks, containers, and computers.

InfluxData is on a mission to help developers and organizations, such as IBM, Visa, Siemens, Tesla, and NASA, store and analyze real-time data. InfluxData empowers organizations to build transformative monitoring, analytics, and IoT applications quicker and to scale. The collection capabilities in Azure for metrics and events can be expanded with InfluxData's Telegraf Agent. Microsoft users can benefit from a leading time series database solution and use the growing open-source contributions to Telegraf.

Learn more about Azure Monitor integration with InfluxData Telegraf.


LogicMonitor logo.

LogicMonitor is a SaaS-based performance monitoring platform for complex IT infrastructure. With coverage for thousands of technologies, LogicMonitor provides granular visibility into infrastructure and application performance.

LM Cloud's comprehensive Azure monitoring enables users to correlate the performance of Azure cloud, on-premises, and hybrid cloud resources—all from a single platform. Automated resource discovery, built-in monitoring templates, preconfigured alert thresholds, and customizable dashboards combine to give IT the speed, flexibility, and visibility required to succeed.

For more information, see the LogicMonitor documentation.


LogRhythm logo.

LogRhythm, a leader in next-generation security information and event management (SIEM), empowers organizations on six continents to measurably reduce risk by rapidly detecting, responding to, and neutralizing cyberthreats. LogRhythm's Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) workflow is the foundation for security operations centers. It helps customers secure their cloud, physical, and virtual infrastructures for IT and OT environments.

If you're a LogRhythm customer and are ready to start your Azure journey, you'll need to install and configure the LogRhythm Open Collector and Azure Event Hubs integration. For more information, see the documentation on configuring Azure Monitor and the Open Collector. logo delivers the observability that today’s developers need to continuously innovate and optimize their modern applications. As a massively scalable, analytics-driven cloud native platform, specifically provides DevOps teams with the visibility and data needed to address their most complex, microservices-driven Azure applications.

As modern cloud environments generate overwhelming data volumes, makes it easy to organize observability data into dedicated environments for every team, while identifying and eliminating noisy data that clutters the critical data. The result is a more secure, cost efficient, and productive way to implement cross-organizational observability. provides you with seamless experience to provision accounts and configure Azure resources to send logs to from Azure portal through its direct integration with Azure.

With the integration you can

  • Provision a new account from Azure client interfaces like Azure Portal Azure PowerShell and SDK
  • Configure your Azure resources to send logs to—a fully managed setup with no infrastructure for customers to set up and operate
  • Seamlessly send logs and metrics to Without the integration, you had to set up event hubs and write Azure Functions to receive logs from Azure Monitor and send them to
  • Easily install the agent on virtual machines hosts through a single-click
  • Streamline single-sign on (SSO) to Previously, a separate sign-on from the was required.
  • Get unified billing of SaaS through Azure subscription invoicing

The integration with Azure is available in Azure Marketplace


Microfocus logo.

Microfocus ArcSight has a smart connector for Azure Monitor event hubs. For more information, see the ArcSight documentation.

Microfocus Operations Bridge automatically monitors all hybrid IT resources—any device, operating system, database, application, or service, regardless of where it runs. Operations Bridge then applies AI operations (AIOps) to all data types: events, metrics, logs, and dependencies. It provides a unique combination of quality-of-service monitoring and deep application health analytics, and it includes comprehensive performance and availability monitoring of Microsoft Azure services. Operations Bridge enables customers to provide a single pane of glass, available on any device with a browser, in ways that both business and IT stakeholders can understand.

Learn more:


Moogsoft logo.

Moogsoft AIOps accelerates agile business transformation. Microsoft Azure automation and control tools provide a real-time window into the status of the applications and microservices deployed in Azure. They help orchestrate diagnostics and runbooks for faster remediation. Other third-party tools provide a window into the on-premises applications and infrastructure status.

Moogsoft AIOps automates the event-to-remediation workflow without changing existing processes and organizational structure. It runs in your Azure real estate with integration to monitoring and automation tools across the hybrid fabric. Moogsoft AIOps:

  • Actively detects application-affecting incidents.
  • Dynamically orchestrates the appropriate resources to make them aware of the situation.
  • Reduces the mean time to remediate and adverse impact on the customer experience.

For more information, see the Moogsoft documentation.

New Relic

New Relic logo.

Microsoft and New Relic have teamed up to provide the Azure Native New Relic Service, where the New Relic observability platform is hosted on Azure. You can subscribe to the New Relic service to collect, alert on, and analyze telemetry data for your applications and infrastructure, and with this offering, your telemetry data will be stored in Azure. In addition, you can allocate your multi-year committed Azure spend towards the New Relic service.

Overview of the Azure Native New Relic Service:

Built on Azure

  • The New Relic platform is hosted on Microsoft Azure.
  • Your telemetry data remains in Azure.

Rapid Onboarding

  • Onboard with New Relic easily with the natively-integrated service built on Azure.
  • Automatically monitor Azure subscription activity and resource logs.
  • Automatically monitor Azure metrics.
  • Use a single experience to deploy and manage the New Relic agents on virtual machines and app services.
  • Deploy the New Relic infrastructure agent via Site Extensions.
  • Deploy .NET and Java language agents via App Service Extensions.
  • Manage Azure services observability in the Azure Portal.

Marketplace Advantages

  • Get a single bill for all the resources that you consume on Azure, including New Relic.
  • Retire Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC) spend.
  • Set up a free account or purchase New Relic through the Azure Marketplace.

Next steps

Learn more about how to monitor Azure using the New Relic platform, the New Relic Azure Monitor integration, and the Azure Native New Relic Service.


OpsGenie logo.

OpsGenie acts as a dispatcher for the alerts that Azure generates. OpsGenie determines the people to notify based on on-call schedules and escalations. It can notify them by using email, text messages (SMS), phone calls, or push notifications.

Azure generates alerts for detected problems. OpsGenie helps ensure that the right people are working on the problem.

For more information, see the OpsGenie documentation.


PagerDuty logo.

The PagerDuty incident management solution provides support for Azure alerts on metrics. PagerDuty supports notifications on Azure Monitor alerts, autoscale notifications, Activity Log events, and platform-level metrics for Azure services. These enhancements give you increased visibility into the core Azure platform. You can take full advantage of PagerDuty's incident management capabilities for real-time response.

The expanded Azure integration is made possible through webhooks. Webhooks allow you to set up and customize the solution quickly and easily.

For more information, see the PagerDuty documentation.


Promitor logo.

Promitor is an Azure Monitor scraper that makes the metrics available in systems like Atlassian Statuspage, Prometheus, and StatsD. Push all metrics to Azure Monitor and consume them where you need them.

For more information, see the Promitor documentation.


QRadar logo.

The IBM QRadar Device Support Module (DSM) for the Microsoft Azure platform and the Microsoft Azure Event Hubs protocol are available for download from the IBM support website. You can learn more about the integration with Azure in the QRadar documentation.


RSA logo.

The RSA NetWitness Platform brings together evolved SIEM and extended threat detection and response solutions. The solutions deliver visibility, analytics, and automated response capabilities. These combined capabilities help security teams work more efficiently and effectively, enhancing their threat-hunting skills and enabling them to investigate and respond to threats faster across their organization's entire infrastructure—whether in the cloud, on-premises, or virtual.

RSA NetWitness Platform's integration with Azure Monitor provides quick out-of-the-box capabilities to ingest event data and logs from Azure Monitor natively into the RSA NetWitness Platform through an intuitive UI and robust native parsing capabilities. Gain rapid visibility into Activity Logs, Azure Diagnostics data, Active Directory events, and Event Hubs data. See this data alongside your other enterprise security information in a complete threat detection and response solution.

Learn more.


ScienceLogic logo.

ScienceLogic delivers a next-generation IT service assurance platform for managing any technology, anywhere. ScienceLogic delivers the scale, security, automation, and resilience necessary to simplify the tasks of managing IT resources, services, and applications. The ScienceLogic platform uses Azure APIs to connect with Microsoft Azure.

ScienceLogic gives you real-time visibility into your Azure services and resources. So you know when something isn't working, and you can fix it faster. You can also manage Azure alongside your other clouds and datacenter systems and services.

For more information, see the ScienceLogic documentation.


Serverless360 logo.

Serverless360 is a one-platform tool to operate, manage, and monitor Azure serverless components. Manageability is one of the key challenges with serverless implementations. Hundreds of small, discrete serverless services are scattered in various places. Managing and operating such solutions is complex.

Serverless360 solves these challenges with a set of sophisticated tools. It can monitor serverless services like Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Event Grid, Service Bus, Event Hubs, Azure Storage, Azure Files, Blob Storage, and Table Storage. Serverless360 is available in Azure Marketplace. These capabilities are available on both SaaS and private hosting (hosted on your own environment).

For more information, see the Serverless360 documentation.


ServiceNow logo.

Reduce incidents and mean time to recovery (MTTR) with the Now Platform for AIOps. Eliminate noise, prioritize, identify root-cause detection by using ML, and remediate with IT transformation (ITX) workflows. Understand the current state of your IaaS, PaaS, and FaaS services from Azure, and build service maps from tags to build application service context for the business impact analysis.

Learn more about ServiceNow.


SIGNL4 logo.

SIGNL4 is a mobile alerting app for operations teams. It's a fast way to route critical alerts from Azure Monitor to the right people at the right time, anywhere, by push, text, and voice calls. SIGNL4 manages on-call duties and shifts of your team, tracks delivery and ownership of alerts, and escalates if necessary. It provides full transparency across your team. Through the REST webhook of SIGNL4, any Azure service can be connected with minimal effort. With SIGNL4, you'll see up to 10 times faster response over email notifications and manual alerting.

For more information, see the SIGNL4 documentation.


Site24x7 logo.

Site24x7 provides an advanced and full-stack Azure monitoring solution. It delivers visibility and insight into your applications and allows application owners to detect performance bottlenecks rapidly, automate fault resolution, and optimize performance.

With Site24x7 Azure monitoring, you'll be able to:

  • Monitor more than 100 Azure IaaS and PaaS services.
  • Get in-depth monitoring for Windows and Linux VMs with exclusive Azure extensions, right from Azure Marketplace.
  • Troubleshoot applications with insight on logs from Azure. Send logs to Site24x7, save search queries, set query-based alerts, and manage Azure logs from a single dashboard.
  • Detect any service health issues and ensure reliable deployments via the Azure Deployment Manager health check.
  • Automate fault resolution with a set of IT automation tools.
  • Monitor your complete Microsoft ecosphere, including SQL Server, Exchange, Active Directory, Office 365, Internet Information Services (IIS), and Hyper-V applications.
  • Integrate seamlessly with third-party services like Microsoft Teams, PagerDuty, Zapier, and more.

For more information, see the Site24x7 documentation.


See the SolarWinds documentation.


SpearTip logo.

SpearTip's 24/7 security operations center continuously monitors Azure environments for cyber threats. Utilizing the ShadowSpear integration with Azure Monitor, security events are collected and analyzed for advanced threats, while SpearTip engineers investigate and respond to stop threat actors. The integration is seamless and provides instant value after the integration is deployed.

For more information, see the SpearTip documentation.


Splunk logo.

The Azure Monitor Add-On for Splunk is available in the Splunkbase. For more information, see the Splunk documentation.


SquaredUp logo.

SquaredUp for Azure makes visualizing your Azure applications beautifully simple. It gives you real-time, interactive dashboards.

You can drill down into subscriptions, resource groups, tags, and individual resources to see metrics such as CPU, most inbound connections, Application Insights response time, total cost, and summary health status. And you can drill across to see related data such as alerts, Log Analytics events, and more detailed metrics, or to see related data from the other tools you use (for example, ServiceNow, Dynatrace, PagerDuty, or Pingdom).

You can customize your own dashboards, publish them, and share them with individuals or on intranet pages.

For more information, see the SquaredUp website.

Sumo Logic

Sumo Logic logo.

Sumo Logic is a secure, cloud-native analytics service for machine data. It delivers real-time, continuous intelligence from structured, semistructured, and unstructured data across the entire application lifecycle and stack.

More than 1,000 customers around the globe rely on Sumo Logic for the analytics and insights to build, run, and secure their applications and cloud infrastructures. With Sumo Logic, customers gain a multitenant, service-model advantage to help increase competitive advantage, business value, and growth.

For more information, see the Sumo Logic documentation.


Turbonomic logo.

Turbonomic delivers workload automation for hybrid clouds by simultaneously optimizing performance, cost, and compliance in real time. Turbonomic helps organizations be elastic in their Azure estate by continuously optimizing the estate. Applications constantly get the resources they require to deliver their SLA, and nothing more, across compute, storage, and network for the IaaS and PaaS layer.

Organizations can simulate migrations, properly scale workloads, and retire datacenter resources to responsibly migrate to Azure on time and within budget, while assuring both performance and compliance. Turbonomic is API driven and runs as an agentless VM in Azure and on-premises.

For more information, see the Turbonomic introduction.


Zenduty logo.

Zenduty is a novel collaborative incident management platform that provides end-to-end incident alerting, on-call management, and response orchestration, which gives teams greater control and automation over the incident management lifecycle. Zenduty is ideal for always-on services, helping teams orchestrate incident response for creating better user experiences and brand value and centralizing all incoming alerts through predefined notification rules to ensure that the right people are notified at the right time.

Zenduty provides your NOC, SRE, and application engineers with detailed context around the Azure Monitor alert along with playbooks and a complete incident command framework to triage, remediate, and resolve incidents with speed.

For more information, see the Zenduty documentation.

Partner tools with Event Hubs integration

If you use Azure Monitor to route monitoring data to an event hub, you can easily integrate with some external SIEM and monitoring tools. The following partners are known to have integration with the Event Hubs service.

Tool Hosted in Azure Description
IBM QRadar No The Microsoft Azure DSM and the Microsoft Azure Event Hubs protocol are available for download from the IBM support website. You can learn more about the integration with Azure at QRadar DSM configuration.
Splunk No The Azure Monitor Add-On for Splunk is an open-source project available in Splunkbase.

If you can't install an add-on in your Splunk instance (because, for example, you're using a proxy or running on Splunk Cloud), you can forward these events to the Splunk HTTP Event Collector by using Azure Function For Splunk. Azure Function For Splunk is triggered by new messages in the event hub.
Sumo Logic No Instructions for setting up Sumo Logic to consume data from an event hub are available at Collect Logs for the Azure Audit App from Event Hub.
ArcSight No The ArcSight smart connector for Azure Event Hubs is available as part of the ArcSight smart connector collection.
Syslog server No If you want to stream Azure Monitor data directly to a syslog server, you can use a solution based on an Azure function.
LogRhythm No Instructions to set up LogRhythm to collect logs from an event hub are available on the LogRhythm website. Yes For more information, see Getting started with monitoring and logging using for Java apps running on Azure.

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