Azure Monitor

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Service Description

Azure Monitor offers visualization, query, routing, alerting, autoscale, and automation on data both from the Azure infrastructure (Activity Log) and each individual Azure resource (Diagnostic Logs).

Getting Started

  1. 2/10/2017, Video, 0:05:13
    For a Guide to a Modern IT Environment, click: In this quick, 5-minute video we introduce Azure's new platform service for monitoring your...
  2. 3/30/2017, Mva
    In this course, Microsoft Azure IaaS Monitoring and Management - Getting Started, you'll learn the skills you need to keep your proverbial finger on the pulse of your...
  3. 10/5/2016, Video, 0:42:00
    For a Guide to a Modern IT Environment, click: See an overview of Azure monitoring and the various facilities it offers ranging from metrics,...
  4. 3/31/2017, Video, 0:04:27
    Lead Azure engineer, Ashwin Kamath provides an overview of Azure Monitor, just released to GA, which gives you built-in platform monitoring for all-up visibility into the...
  5. 9/28/2016, Video, 1:08:06
    Learn about the core capabilities of Microsoft Azure Monitoring applicable to all Azure resources. Learn about the new capabilities of Azure monitoring in the Portal, ranging...

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Azure Documentation

1. Azure Monitor Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. Monitoring in Azure
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. Alert (classic) on metric condition
     3.2. Alert on subscription activity
4. Tutorials
     4.1. Autoscale on performance and schedule
     4.2. Archive monitoring data
5. Concepts
     5.1. Sources of monitoring data
     5.2. Azure Monitor
     5.3. Metrics
     5.4. Autoscale
     5.5. Diagnostic logs
     5.6. Activity log
     5.7. Alerts
     5.8. Alerts (Classic)
     5.9. Log alerts
     5.10. Activity log alerts (Preview)
     5.11. Extend alerts from OMS to Azure
     5.12. Action groups
     5.13. Azure Diagnostics Extension
     5.14. Roles permissions and security
     5.15. Partner integrations
6. How-to guides
     6.1. Walkthrough of Azure Monitor
     6.2. Use alerts
          6.2.1. Configure new alerts in Azure portal
          6.2.2. Configure classic alerts in Azure portal
          6.2.3. Configure metric or log alerts in Azure portal
          6.2.4. Configure alerts with CLI
          6.2.5. Configure alerts with Azure PowerShell
          6.2.6. Webhook actions for log alerts
          6.2.7. Create a metric alert with a Resource Manager template
          6.2.8. Initiate extending alerts from OMS to Azure
     6.3. Use autoscale
          6.3.1. Walkthrough of autoscale
          6.3.2. Understand Autoscale settings
          6.3.3. Best practices
          6.3.4. Common metrics
          6.3.5. Common patterns
          6.3.6. Autoscale using a custom metric
          6.3.7. Autoscale VM scale sets using Resource Manager templates
          6.3.8. Automatically scale machines in a VM scale set
          6.3.9. Configure webhooks and email notifications on autoscale
     6.4. Use the activity log
          6.4.1. View events in activity log
          6.4.2. Configure alerts on an activity log event
          6.4.3. Archive activity log
          6.4.4. Stream activity log to Event Hubs
          6.4.5. Audit operations with Resource Manager
          6.4.6. Create activity log alerts with Resource Manager
          6.4.7. Migrate to activity log alerts
     6.5. Use service notifications
          6.5.1. View service notifications
          6.5.2. Configure alerts on service notifications
     6.6. Use action groups
          6.6.1. Learn about the webhook schema
          6.6.2. SMS alert behavior
          6.6.3. Alert rate limiting
          6.6.4. Create action groups with Resource Manager
     6.7. Use diagnostic logs
          6.7.1. Archive
          6.7.2. Send to Log Analytics
          6.7.3. Stream to Event Hubs
          6.7.4. Enable diagnostic settings using Resource Manager templates
     6.8. Use the REST API
          6.8.1. Send to Application Insights
          6.8.2. Send to Event Hubs
          6.8.3. Troubleshooting
     6.9. Create Metrics Charts in Metrics Explorer
     6.10. Send metrics to Grafana
     6.11. Send monitoring data to an event hub
7. Reference
     7.1. Azure CLI
     7.2. Azure PowerShell
     7.3. REST
     7.4. Metrics supported
     7.5. Diagnostic logs services, categories, and schemas
     7.6. Activity log event schema
     7.7. Azure Diagnostics extension schema
8. Resources
     8.1. Azure Roadmap
     8.2. Pricing calculator
     8.3. Regional availability
     8.4. Videos
     8.5. Quickstart templates
     8.6. Stack Overflow
     8.7. Code samples

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Online Training Content

Date Title
3/30/2017 Pluralsight: Microsoft Azure IaaS Monitoring and Management - Getting Started


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