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Windows Azure Monitors 




To add Windows Azure in Applications Manager, you must first export your Windows Azure Managed Certificates file (eg., testcertificate.pfx) and the password of the pfx file.

To export your Windows Azure Managed Certificates file , invoke the batch script exportCertificateToAppManager.bat in the <Applications Manager Home>\bin directory.



Adding Windows Azure in Applications Manager :

To create a new Windows Azure monitor, follow the steps given below:

  1. Click on the New Monitor link in the Applications Manager web client.
  2. Enter the Subscription ID for your Windows Azure account. (Note: Subscription ID can be obtained by signing into using your windows live id. Then click Hosted Service and navigate to Storage & CDN, then to Storage Accounts)

  3. Enter the Account Name and Account key of your Windows Azure Storage account.

  4. Check the checkbox if your service is https-enabled.

  5. Specify a Timeout interval in seconds

  6. Specify the Polling Interval in minutes

  7. If you are adding a new monitor from an Admin Server, select a Managed Server.

Note: Before creating a new Windows Azure monitor, you have to configure proxy settings under 'Admin' tab.

Creating and deploying Management Certificates in Azure

You can export the certificate with or without a private key. First, export the certificate without a private key to be uploaded to Windows Azure Portal. Then export the certificate again with a private key to be used in Service Management API.


Exporting the certificate without a private key:

Exporting the certificate with a private key:

The .cer file can be uploaded in the Windows Azure portal and the .pfx file which has the private key can be used in Applications Manager.


See Also

Monitor Information - Windows Azure Monitor | Create Other New Monitors



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