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Azure Service Fabric Cluster Monitoring Integration

An Azure Service Fabric cluster is a network-connected set of virtual or physical machines into which your microservices are deployed and managed. They're capable of scaling up to tens of thousands of nodes and help in improving your application's performance.

You can now monitor your fabric cluster, get accurate metrics, set thresholds, automate tasks, and stay on top of outages with Site24x7's integration.

Setup and configuration

You can add an Azure Service Fabric cluster while adding a new monitor or you can add it to an existing Azure monitor. Follow these steps to add the service.

Supported metrics

Metric nameStatisticUnit
Number of Nodes Down Average Count
Total Nodes Average Count
Number of Apps Down Average Count 
Total Apps Average Count 

Threshold configuration

Global configuration

  • Go to the Admin section in the left navigation pane.
  • Select Configuration Profiles from the left pane and choose the Threshold and Availability (+) tab from the drop-down menu. Click Add Threshold Profile from the top-right corner.
  • Set the monitor type as Azure Service Fabric Cluster. Now you can set the threshold values for all the metrics mentioned above.

Monitor-level configuration

  • Go to Cloud > Azure and select Azure Service Fabric Cluster from the drop-down menu.
  • Choose a resource for which you would like to set a threshold, then click the hamburger icon . Select Edit, which directs you to the Edit Azure Service Fabric Cluster Monitor page.
  • You can set the threshold values for the metrics by selecting Threshold and Availability. You can also configure IT Automation at the attribute level.

IT Automation

Site24x7's IT Automation tools help auto-resolve performance degradation. The alarm engine continually evaluates the system events for which thresholds are set and executes the mapped automation when there's a breach.

How to configure IT Automation for a monitor

Configuration Rules

With Site24x7's Configuration Rules, you can set parameters like Threshold Profile, Notification Profile, Tags, and Monitor Group for multiple monitors.

How to add a Configuration Rule

Related links:

How to add an Azure monitor.
How to integrate an Azure App Service monitor.
How to integrate Azure Virtual Machine monitor.
How to configure IT Automations for a monitor.
How to add a Configuration Rule.

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