Azure Service Bus allows applications and services to communicate with other applications on the cloud, on-premise, or both, and ensures message exchange occurs smoothly. With Applications Manager's Azure Service Bus monitoring, track connectivity and monitor the exchange of messages across various devices with the aid of usage and throughput statistics of queues, relays, topics, event hubs and subscriptions. Configure alarms for various metrics and get notified in case of irregularities and take necessary corrective actions.
Applications Manager's Azure Service Bus queue monitoring feature helps monitor the messages that are currently active in the queue and get notified in case messages have expired and moved to the dead letter queue. Keep track of scheduled messages and get useful information on queue usage and throughput like availability, health, status, errors, etc.
Track the incoming and outgoing message rates in topics and subscriptions, and get informed in case the health goes down. Ensure subscriptions receive only subscribed messages from topics and keep track of vital statistics such as used size, free size, failed requests, etc. Detect the cause of failed requests and troubleshoot accordingly.
Monitor important statistics of relay listeners like relay type, relay bytes, listener count, errors, availability, health, etc. and get notified when the listener is inactive. An added advantage of our Azure Service Bus monitoring tool is that it lets you configure alarms for errors, helping you ensure that the exchange of messages through relays is error-free.
Applications Manager ensures the huge amount of data collected, processed and analyzed in event hubs are safe and managed properly. Monitor the health of event hubs, and get information on incoming/ outgoing message rate and, requests failed due to errors, and configure alarms for the same.
Besides the Microsoft Azure Service Bus monitoring capability, Applications Manager also offers monitoring support for Azure Storage monitoring, Azure monitoring and other Azure services. You can download a 30-day free trial and start monitoring in a few minutes!