Network Watcher

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Service Description

Network Watcher is a regional service that enables you to monitor and diagnose conditions at a network scenario level in, to, and from Azure. Network diagnostic and visualization tools available with Network Watcher help you understand, diagnose, and gain insights to your network in Azure.

Getting Started

  1. 7/14/2017, Video, 0:13:23
    Matt Reat gives Scott Hanselman an overview of the new Network Watcher service and some of its features. Azure Network Watcher is Network Monitoring and Diagnostic service...
  2. 9/29/2017, Video, 0:42:19
    As workloads are hosted across clouds and enterprise datacenters, connectivity between the workloads and user locations is essential to delivering an optimal application...
  3. 5/10/2017, Video, 0:23:42
    Explore solution, architectural, and programmatic experiences in building and enhancing network monitoring capabilities in Microsoft Azure. Use common open source tools with a...
  4. 5/4/2017, Video, 0:58:03
    In this keynote session, come learn how to build, deploy, scale, and monitor large, global web applications in Microsoft Azure leveraging the full Azure networking stack. In...



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Azure Documentation

1. Azure Network Watcher Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. What is Network Watcher?
     2.2. Topology
     2.3. Variable Packet capture
     2.4. Network Security Group Flow logging
     2.5. IP flow verify
     2.6. Security group view
     2.7. Next hop
     2.8. VPN connectivity troubleshooting
     2.9. Connection troubleshoot
     2.10. Service limits
3. Get Started
     3.1. Configure Network Watcher
     3.2. Manage packet capture
          3.2.1. Azure portal
          3.2.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.2.3. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.2.4. Azure CLI
          3.2.5. REST
     3.3. Verify IP flows to and from a VM
          3.3.1. Azure portal
          3.3.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.3.3. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.3.4. Azure CLI
          3.3.5. REST
     3.4. Analyze next hop
          3.4.1. Azure portal
          3.4.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.4.3. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.4.4. Azure CLI
          3.4.5. REST
     3.5. View your network topology
          3.5.1. Azure PowerShell
          3.5.2. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.5.3. Azure CLI
          3.5.4. REST
     3.6. Troubleshoot VPN Gateway and connections
          3.6.1. Azure portal
          3.6.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.6.3. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.6.4. Azure CLI
          3.6.5. REST
     3.7. Analyze Network Security Group View
          3.7.1. Azure PowerShell
          3.7.2. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.7.3. Azure CLI
          3.7.4. REST
     3.8. Troubleshoot connections
          3.8.1. Azure portal
          3.8.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.8.3. Azure CLI
          3.8.4. REST
     3.9. Configure NSG flow logs
          3.9.1. Azure portal
          3.9.2. Azure PowerShell
          3.9.3. Azure CLI 1.0
          3.9.4. Azure CLI
          3.9.5. REST
4. How to
     4.1. Monitor VPN Gateway with Azure Automation
     4.2. Diagnose On-Premises connectivity via VPN Gateway
     4.3. Monitor network connections
     4.4. Perform compliance and audit on your network using PowerShell
     4.5. Analyze Application gateway logs in Azure Log Analytics
     4.6. Packet capture
          4.6.1. Find anomalies
          4.6.2. Proactive network monitoring with Azure Functions
          4.6.3. Perform intrusion detection using open source tools
          4.6.4. Visualize network traffic patterns using open source tools
     4.7. Analyze NSG flow logs
          4.7.1. Read NSG flow logs
          4.7.2. Traffic Analytics
               4.7.2.1. Use Traffic Analytics
               4.7.2.2. Frequently asked questions
          4.7.3. Use Power BI
          4.7.4. Use Elastic Stack
          4.7.5. Use Grafana
          4.7.6. Use Graylog
     4.8. Determine relative latency between a location and Azure region
5. Reference
     5.1. Azure CLI
     5.2. Azure PowerShell
     5.3. Java
     5.4. Ruby
     5.5. Python
     5.6. .NET
     5.7. REST
6. Related
     6.1. Virtual network
     6.2. Virtual machines
     6.3. VPN gateway
7. Resources
     7.1. Azure Roadmap
     7.2. MSDN forum
     7.3. Pricing
     7.4. Service updates
     7.5. SLA
     7.6. Stack Overflow

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Date Title Length
9/29/2017
Gain visibility into network performance and availability with network monitoring solutions in Azure
0:42:19
7/14/2017
Azure Network Watcher
0:13:23
5/26/2017
Azure Networking New Features Demo Snapshot
0:20:31
5/20/2017
Sneak Peak: Network Watcher Connectivity and Machine Learning Integration
0:17:56
5/10/2017
Introducing Azure Network Watcher
0:23:42
5/8/2017
Cloud Tech 10 - 8th May 2017
0:05:11
5/4/2017
Azure networking for developers
0:58:03
3/8/2017
Tuesdays with Corey: Azure Network Watcher part two
0:07:45
2/28/2017
Tuesdays with Corey with cool new functionality of Azure Network Watcher
0:08:59