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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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