Log Analytics VM Insights Metrics
This VM Updates dashboard built with the WebAPI tile for the CE and SCOM editions. Since there is a native connection to the Log Analytics workspace in the Azure edition, here it is created using the native Logs tile. This dashboard surfaces key metric data for Virtual Machines, regardless of where the servers are hosted.
In today’s hybrid cloud journey that more and more organizations are traversing, centralized data collection and management has become crucial. With an ever-growing adoption of Azure, monitoring and system administrators prefer sending all the important data to Azure’s workspace for easy access and management.
With this sea of data flowing into Azure workspaces, it becomes unavoidable to be able to visualize the useful data and share the right insights to relevant teams, regardless of whether they have access to Azure or not.
SquaredUp addresses this problem by giving you the power to dashboard this sea of data, from anywhere. By leveraging Azure’s publicly available APIs, you can easily connect to the workspaces in Azure and run Kusto (KQL) queries against it to return the data you want.
This is even easier in SquaredUp Azure edition since there is native connection between SquaredUp and the workspace so you can simply choose the workspace from a dropdown and paste in your query, without having to configure a WebAPI provider.
This sample dashboard demonstrates how easy it is to make this happen to visualize data even outside of the Azure console and share it across.
The dashboard makes a connection to the Log Analytics workspace through a WebAPI provider and runs KQL to fetch data.
- Updates by Computer.
This donut tile displays the number of servers that are missing updates, grouped by servers.
2. Updates by Classification.
This donut tile displays the number of missing updates, by classification.
3. Critical Security Issues.
This donut tile shows all servers with critical security issues.
4. Disk Space from Logs.
This line graph plots the Disk Space values captured for all servers.
5. CPU Performance from Logs.
This line graph plots the CPU utilization values captured for all servers.
6. Memory utilization from Logs.
This line graph plots the memory utilization values captured for all servers.
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