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Applications Manager's Azure monitoring helps you keep your critical services up and running by collecting, analyzing and acting on the telemetry from your cloud and on-premises environments. It provides deep visibility into your applications and infrastructure and helps you identify and resolve issues affecting them in order to maintain optimal performance.
With Applications Manager's Azure monitoring, you can:
Monitoring Azure with Applications Manager gives you rich, actionable insights into your entire Azure cloud environment. Ensure 24/7 availability of your services and apps by persistent monitoring of various critical metrics that affects their health and performance. Keep a close eye on resource stats to ensure they aren't over or under-used and remove resources that are sitting idle to economize costs.
Applications Manager's Azure monitoring tool enables you to proactively monitor Azure KPIs that are vital to your applications by fetching the stats real time and aggregating them for historical analysis.It also allows you to anticipate resource consumption and growth with forecast reports that employ machine learning techniques to predict the growth and usage.
Applications Manager uses Azure APIs to connect to Azure for data collection and aggregates the metrics to present it in the Azure monitoring dashboard. You can monitor Azure performance metrics out of the box. No need to spend time installing agents or collectors.
Most often that not, applications built on Azure cloud are dependent on other Microsoft services as well. Optimize the performance of the applications together with other Microsoft indigenous services that the applications are contingent on. Apart from featuring a real time Azure monitor, Applications Manager provides support for all other Microsoft services such as:
Although Azure offers a variety of native monitoring tools like Azure monitor, Activity Logs, Azure Diagnostics, etc., monitoring your Azure environment with these tools can still be challenging and time consuming because of their complex and overlapping offerings.
Applications Manager is an easy to use, affordable third-party Azure monitoring software that enables you to quickly reduce the visibility gaps left by native Azure monitoring tools.
An enterprise does not rely on a single technology or cloud service. Observation of critical metrics of all the cloud services in the IT infrastructure is imperative to ensure uninterrupted and high functioning of applications and other operations. With Applications Manager, get unmatched visibility into your hybrid, multi-cloud, and container environments, including both private and public cloud services. Supported public cloud services include:
Make migrating to the Azure cloud more predictable in terms of costs. With Azure cloud monitoring, maintain business continuity and platform reliability during cloud migration by getting deep visibility into your application performance metrics and rapidly resolving incidents before, during, and after migration.
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Azure monitoring is the act of monitoring, collecting and analyzing KPIs of various services offered by Microsoft Azure Cloud. With the help of Azure monitoring solutions — like ManageEngine Applications Manager—IT admins can ensure security, high performance and proper resource allocation of the cloud services.
Since Microsoft Azure is a sophisticated cloud service, understanding and ensuring the health and performance of the applications running on it can be challenging. This necessitates the use of Azure monitoring services. Applications Manager's Azure performance monitoring tool helps you keep your services up and running by collecting, analyzing and acting on the telemetry from your cloud and on-premises environments.
Applications Manager's Azure monitoring system fetches configuration and performance metrics via Azure APIs. We use Azure service specific APIs to discover the resources and fetch their configuration metrics and 'Azure Monitor' APIs to fetch performance metrics from Azure monitor (native monitoring of Azure). Applications Manager then aggregates the procured Azure monitoring metrics and data, and processes it into meaningful information in the form of dashboards and graphs that is easy to interpret.
You can monitor Azure KPIs with the help of Applications Manager's Azure monitor dashboard. It gives you rich, actionable insights into your Azure environment and helps you proactively monitor Azure performance KPIs that are vital to your applications by fetching the stats real time and aggregating them for historical analysis. You can also identify slow performing queries in your Azure applications by monitoring SQL databases. For more information on how to execute Azure performance monitoring with Applications Manager, refer here.
It allows us to track crucial metrics such as response times, resource utilization, error rates, and transaction performance. The real-time monitoring alerts promptly notify us of any issues or anomalies, enabling us to take immediate action.
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