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Azure Monitoring provides data to ensure that your data on cloud applications that helps you to identify  problems and troubleshoot them. In addition to it, you can gain a deep insights about your application to improve performance  and  automate the activities.

Azure Monitoring Cloud apps?

There are multiple tools for monitoring Azure applications and services. Here are some principal tools:

1. Azure Monitor is a cloud- based application monitoring tool at infrastructure-level. Dealing with the data transmission giving information on when and what resources are to start.

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2. Application Insights are production monitoring solution to view each data transmission process by installing a package. It analyzes all the process of transmission along with recording  each step. Thereby debugging  an app to understand  your users activities.

3. Log Analytics track the performance of the cloud application that are running in production stage. It supports on-premises other cloud-based infrastructure across the data sources. All the data that is stored in central repository can be queried as per the business requirement and visualize it so that appropriate decision can be made.

4. System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) is for data managing, process monitoring on a large cloud installations.

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Monitoring Data and Uses :

1. You can streamline all the data  monitoring activities to other locations in real time.

2. Store the monitoring data by using retention policy.

3. Support multiple data querying language to access the data from the app or Azure database system.

4. Graphical Visualization of data with more impactful graphics and chart using the Azure portal with live streaming is provided to support internal auditing and make appropriate decisions.,

5. Automate the monitoring data process by the trigger alerts.

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Azure Monitor Limitations :

1. No Remote Desktop

When  an application in deploying or troubleshooting the problems, you would access the server to check the logfiles, review IIS settings, event viewer, etc. would be done in Azure portal only. There is no remote desktop available. Everything is online.

2. Management tools, other Software Installations

Microsoft managed completely about servers and database. If your corporate uses traditional monitoring tools like Nagios, Splunk and many others, you do not have access for 3rd party software and management tools to install.

3. No Performance Counters

Performance counters are key metrics for an applications without which there is no way to monitor garbage collection, IIS queuing and a lot of other data transforming activities .

Azure Monitor Features What Are They?

In-built monitoring public preview feature..

1. Check performance metrics and logs activity of your resources within the Azure portal.

2. Configure automated alert rules on resources.

3. Diagnostics logs provides all the information about operations and errors occured on resources that help in auditing and troubleshooting.

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4. A single dashboard that shows how, when and what you resources are doing.

5. Perform custom log search on data across resources and subscriptions using OMG logs.


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