I have a boat-load of alerts that differ by only one value (like a 'computer name') or 'environment name'. But I have to configure the other 30 values that are all the same each time I create an alarm in the UI. I need a way to use one alarm as a template2 votes
Acknowledging large numbers of alerts is a painfully manual process.
Portal-based grouping or select-all options would be helpful, as would an API-based function (using Powershell or Azure CLI).1 vote
From the 'edit action group' blade (selecting an action group from MicrosoftAzureMonitoring/NotificationReceiversDetailBlade/queryInputs) it would be useful to have a link to a view that shows all of the alerts that currently use the action group
A summary of that count could also be useful on the manage actions view (https://portal.azure.com/#blade/MicrosoftAzureMonitoring/NotificationGroupsBlade/queryInputs) i.e. a column 'used by x alerts')
There's a disconnect between alerts and action groups at the moment, navigation and the relationships between them should be easier to understand and manage1 vote
Right now, if I configure an alert under 'Alerts & metrics' for 'Failed pipeline runs metrics'. This means I need to get notification only when pipeline get failed, and it work as expected, true.
But it also send notification for resolved. It is kind of misguided notification. Because no-one resolved that pipeline issue.
For now there is no way I can configure an alert which notify my developers only when pipeline gets failed.1 vote
On the Action Group blade, the first column of the grid appears to be mislabeled "Action Group Name"
Looks like it should be "Action Name".1 vote
I would like the alert email format to be compatible with the text format.1 vote
Currently if an alert is fired then resolved and triggered again during a single interval then you only get alerted once. The problem with this is you will not receive an alert for the second time the alert is fired thus giving the person who resolved the first alert the impression that everything is fixed when in fact there is now a new error that needs to be resolved.1 vote
Allow more than 500 values within a single metric based alert rule.
it does not take long to exceed the 500 limit, even doing something simple like % free space on servers with a single drive letter.
Limit should be configuration.
if performance is the concern limit the evaluation frequency as the dimension increases.1 vote
Allow more than 128 characters in the alert description.1 vote
Add the option to send one alert per result when alerting from a log analytics query.
within the configure signal logic screen add the option.
Send one alert per result Y/N
This query might list more than one result
| where InstanceName matches regex "[A-Z]:"
|where TimeGenerated >= ago(15m) and CounterName == "% Free Space" and CounterValue < 20
| summarize by Computer, ObjectName, CounterName, InstanceName, CounterValue
instead of sending all the results data in one alert, send one alert per row from the results.1 vote
Provide some form of alert rule foldering or grouping.
Having a single list for all alerts is primitive.
allow us to create groups or folders,
for example we would have a group for production servers that might have different thresholds than non-prod.
or a group for a specific group of application servers.1 vote
Add the ability to edit all fields in an alert rule.
We should not have to delete and re-create to change the name or other fields.
all fields in the alert rule should be editable.1 vote
Add the option for "select all " in the computer list to auto-update as new servers are added, currently we would need to update manually
Add the option for "select all " in the computer list within an alert rule to auto-update as new servers are added, currently we would need to update manually.
but it needs to be a select-able option.
auto-update server list y/n1 vote
We should be able to have a complete dashboard to see how many alerts were fired, the type of issues, and see exactly if they are actually working1 vote
our centralized monitoring needs tags of resource but not resource id itself as cloud entities are ephemeral we use tags to identify but right now we are doing this with additional process1 vote
A list of IP addresses the alerts are sent from would be useful when whitelisting IP addresses is necessary.1 vote
I would like to be able to customize The Azure Alerts to my liking.
Because people tend to ignore these Alerts.1 vote
Add local time in Azure Alerts1 vote
If I set Azure Alerts For all Admin operation at subscription level then it will provide alerts for All Components belonging to same Subscription. For Eg. If I set Alerts at All Admin Operation alerts subscription level then if any addition, Delete Update of any components like VM, Resource Group ,App service that Alerts automatically Configure.1 vote
Azure Alerts Configure for One VM Allows to copy same Configuration on all Other VM1 vote
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