Microsoft: End-to-end monitoring solutions in Azure for Apps and Infrastructure
Today at the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida, we announced a range of new monitoring and analytics capabilities in Azure bringing together application and infrastructure monitoring in a unified curated overview in Azure Monitor. We are significantly optimizing your experience with the new log analytics, metrics exploration, application performance monitoring and failure investigations. We also announced integration of Azure alerts with IT Service Management tools and new solutions for Container Monitoring.
Bringing together monitoring services in Azure Monitor From Azure Monitor you can now get at-a-glance reporting on the health and performance of all your cloud resources, from virtual machines to applications to individual lines of codes in the applications. Azure Monitor will now offer in public preview a unified overview as a starting point for navigation and on-boarding to various monitoring services in Azure. Customers will be able to see notable issues across applications & infrastructure in a single place and navigate to them in context.
Azure Monitor will now provide near real-time alerting in public preview for platform metrics from Azure services such as Virtual Machines, Networking, ServiceBus, EventHubs, etc. A complete list of all resources supported by near real-time alerting can be found here in our documentation. Azure Monitor is also enabling new metrics and logs to be surfaced from many services such as, Networking, Storage, Traffic Manager, Network Interfaces, Express Routes, Load Balancers, Data Lake Store, Data Lake Analytics, etc. A complete list of all the resources and their metrics available via Azure Monitor can be found here in our documentation.
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Via the fine folks at Microsoft.