Adding reports, like SLA/Uptime reports for Virtual Machines, Availability Sets, and Traffic Managers
Clients like to see reports that show that SLAs are being met or the Uptime of a Virtual Machine, Availability Set and/or Traffic Manager. Could Azure provide reports that could be generated from the data they are already collecting and presenting on the graphs?
This is a very good idea, we’ll consider it for the future.
Would it be fair to say that 4 years later this brilliant idea has been ignored completely ?
Strange since it is/was the 2nd most requested idea on the list?
Zia ul haque Siddiqui commented
I have an powershell script which gives you VM uptime.. here is command for linux..
Invoke-AzureRmVMRunCommand -ResourceGroupName ZVm -VMName Z-vm -CommandId 'RunShellScript' -ScriptPath "script.ps1"
Where Script.ps1 content "uptime -p" without quote..
This may help you out...
has there been any progress made on this ?
Chris Polewiak commented
Could you share any progress about it?
Gerald Parish commented
We are looking to move to the CSP platform, has there been any progress on this feature?
Guy Humphreys commented
Hi, this ability would also be very beneficial for my company - has any progress been made on it?
@Rahul Shinde, can you please provide more details about how you generate the uptime/SLA report via OMS. I tried the Heartbeat based query but could not complete the report. Please post the steps and also email me a sample report that you generated. Thanks
Rune Myrhaug commented
Hi Team, any news about this?
Balasubramanian Murugesan commented
How to get the reports from OMS Log Analytics for (Availability) Uptime\SLA reports for Azure Virtual Machines and Azure PaaS components
Could not find an option where I can see uptime/SLA reports for my Azure services.
Could Log Analytics gives the data for reporting of availability of Azure Virtual Machines.
Rahul Shinde commented
Looks like there isn't easy way of uptime reporting for VM services anywhere in Azure Portal or OMS. But certainly, OMS has a bar graph which says about HeartBeat of the VM. I usually look at the bar and export the report for my uptime of VM and reporting, may that should be it for now. But more details around when it was down should be easily identified.
Kurt Martin commented
Any update on this? It seems that multiple people are asking for this functionality and it's been under review by the portal team since 2014?
Claudia Telgie commented
Hi Team, any news about this? Thanks!
please let me know when this will be implemented
Is it also possible to do ith with Powershell??
Scott Weigand commented
Check out a service called cloudmonix.com. They are making strides in reporting, stats, and charts for a lot of Azure services. I am a customer and would strongly recommend checking them out.
Also, keep an eye on the Preview Portal in Azure. Those reporting, stats, and charts are coming along as well.
Has this been implemented yet? I could not find an option where I can see uptime/SLA reports for my Azure services.
Shishir Jaiswal commented
Can we get an up time report for Azure cloud service for last 1 year.
LOL, I had to end up creating my own website, that integrates with Azure API so our customers can login and see the uptime (and whatever else metric they want to see) in a nice fashion with graphs and so on. :)