Create new azure powershell commands for retrieving virtual machines cpu % , network in , network out
Open portal --> click "Virtual machines" --> select the VM you want to monitor --> click "MONITOR" button on the top panel. Then you can view all performance data like cpu , network in , network out etc in the chart and table. To achieve the same thing I found there are no powershell commands. Please Create powershell commands for the same in the future release.
This is available via SDK today: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=331678&clcid=0x409 We are working on exposing the same thing via Powershell commandlets.
Move to virtual machine forum.