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Monitoring Tab

Monitoring Tab

In the Monitoring Tab of the App Dashboard, you can set up a variety of different monitors specific to the App and you can apply these monitors across one or more of your Environments.  The monitors you can configure include:

  • App-Level Processes/Services monitoring
  • Server monitoring (including File and Disk monitoring)
  • Performance Counter monitoring
  • Custom Metrics monitoring
  • Error monitoring
  • Resource monitoring (including Azure Queues, Database Queries, and Website Checks)
  • MBean monitoring

To see a more in-depth guide for configuring each of these different monitors at the app level, see the next article Configuring App Monitors.

Acknowledge / Snooze for App + Environment(s)

Acknowledge / Snooze for App + Environment(s)

You can Acknowledge or Snooze alerts globally for a given App within the selected Environments, as depicted here, or individually (see below). Acknowledging will silence an Alert until it has resolved and then reoccurs. Snoozing an Alert will simply silence it for a specified amount of time, at which time it will resume normal Alert and Notification behavior.

It's important to note that Acknowledging is done as a global action, whereas Snoozing can be either for the current user only, or for everyone who is configured to receive Notifications on that Monitor when it is in Alert status. You can read more on Acknowledge and Snooze behavior here.

Acknowledge / Snooze for Single Monitor

Acknowledge / Snooze for Single Monitor

Also note that you can Acknowledge or Snooze a single Alert by finding the monitor and clicking the drop-down to select your desired action.

Environments

Environments

Under the Environments section you will see all selected environments from the top of the dashboard.

Servers

Servers

Under Servers, you will see all the servers running the current App, as well as a roll-up of any Monitors currently in Alert status.

When you expand a Server, at the top you see App-specific information such as the app's config file. Notice that all of the links will give you access to the path of where the file lives on the server.

System and Resource Health Metrics

All health metrics and monitoring conducted at the Server level are displayed under each Server. Among them, you'll find System Health, Disk, Network, and App monitoring metrics.

 
 
 
On any of these monitors, clicking the monitor will bring up a dialog that allows you to inspect further the behavior over a recent time frame, as well as pulling in more metrics for comparison. When you have an App living on two or more servers, you can compare that particular metric across any or all servers. Toggling on other charts will overlay onto the first, and you can also see a comparison average (below).
 
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