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Introducing AI-driven Microsoft Azure Monitoring

We are glad to announce the support to monitor over 100 Azure products, making it valuable for IT teams to gain actionable alerts, reduce resolution time, and gain visibility into their hybrid clouds. 

Highlights:

  • Manage 100+ Azure services covering compute, storage, databases, network, analytics and security using the Azure monitor REST API.
  • Get in-depth visibility into processes and services running in Windows and Linux virtual machines with Site24x7’s extensions from the Azure Marketplace.
  • Detect and respond instantly to any unusual spike in key performance indicators, and automatically identify and stop problematic resources without manual intervention.
  • Focus on the data you wish to see, get answers to critical questions on your Azure resource usage, and see availability of the entire Azure stack with exclusive and customizable dashboards.
  • Integrate with Site24x7 chatbot for Microsoft Teams to get the health status of critical applications in the familiar workplace chat room.

With this recent release, Site24x7 adds to its existing capabilities of monitoring user experience, infrastructure monitoring, and application performance management into one unified solution that can deliver full stack monitoring in a hybrid environment.

Read this recent launch in our press release, and follow #Site24x7AIOps on our Twitter wall for live updates.

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Re: Introducing AI-driven Microsoft Azure Monitoring

We know what effort was related to bring this feature online. Thank you very much for the implementation. Happy Monitoring!
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Re: Re: Introducing AI-driven Microsoft Azure Monitoring

Thanks for the encouragement, Patrik. Our team did put in some effort to make it future ready as well. Any new service that comes up can be monitored from Day 1. 

We are active on Twitter right now. You can retweet our Azure monitoring tweets and spread the word if you wish to :). Do follow @site24x7 and our hashtag for this release, #Site24x7AIOps.

-Jasper

Product Manager, Site24x7 

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Re: Introducing AI-driven Microsoft Azure Monitoring

Would be great to be able to do only certain resource groups. We have Test\Stage resource groups we don't need to monitor and the auto discovery just grabs everything.

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Re: Re: Introducing AI-driven Microsoft Azure Monitoring

Hi, 

 Thanks for bringing this here. We are bringing in this filter option soon. Do let us know if you are looking for something else. 

 You can follow this topic for any updates on this feature.

-Jasper 

Product Manager, Site24x7

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