Trey Morgan

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    4 comments  ·  Azure Monitor-Log Analytics » Extensibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Trey Morgan commented  · 

    Does the alerting functionality, with the ability to call a webhook, or run an Automation runbook let you do what you want?

    No, we need the events, metrics and configuration data collected by the agent to flow into other tools. Alerting does not provide complete results and the Alerting piece in its present form is not sophisticated enough to handle most scenarios. Azure Automation and the API involve pull methods and batch processing. We need a stream of data that is pushed into Apache Kafka. Specifically we would want data collected by the Windows Agent to be able to send data to an on-premise data lake using Kafka as a component where it can be easily combined it with other metrics collected by our other monitoring tools. Sending the data up to the cloud and then back down to our data center does not make sense. It needs to be a continual stream of metrics into both OMS and our Apache Kafka instance. The Agent or OMS gateway should send the data in JSON, AVRO or some format that we can transform. We see lots of value in viewing data with OMS, but we also see lots of value in keeping some data on-premise to be combined with other metrics not being sent to the OMS cloud service.

    Trey Morgan commented  · 

    We would like it to forward data to Kafka from the windows agent.

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    Trey Morgan commented  · 

    I agree. My main visualization problems with PowerBI have been around the limitations on transforming data after it arrives within the Web Interface. I need a query language within PowerBI to manipulate the data in the format required for the reports. It also has row limitations that are often exceeded because OMS/PowerBI can only handle so many rows of data using the web integration.

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    Trey Morgan commented  · 

    I am also interested in this feature.

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    Hi,
    Currently you can use Azure Alerts to trigger alerts for CPU usage based thresholds for any system. When the alert is triggered, as an action – since you seek advance use-case like details of top processes running; suggested approach is using DevOps options, meant for such scenarios and power users – such as yourself.

    Leveraging Azure Runbook or Alerts Webhook when an alert is fired, can do the necessary debugging action. For example: Alerts can trigger via Webhook to Azure LogicApp, which can run a script/powershell to get necessary debug details of OS as well as your app and then use connector like email or slack – to push these details to necessary team.

    For creating alerts which span across machines in OMS, suggest using the new query language appropriately – to aggregate or group results for your machines. Then configuring alerts for this query.

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    Trey Morgan commented  · 

    I think this is a great idea! Adding my vote.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for offering this feature. Currently the plan is to upgrade the portal with many new features, the timeline is being re-designed as part of it.
    Until that, I can only recommend you to use the query to generate charts that describe this in the manner that fits your data best.

    We’ve recently upgraded the query language. Here’s an example of the new syntax, using 3-hour bins over the last two days of events:
    Event
    | where TimeGenerated > now(-2d)
    | summarize count() by bin(TimeGenerated, 3h)
    | render timechart

    Regards,
    Noa

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