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The difference in metrics for VM's on Azure

radek_jasinski
DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

Hi,

I'm having trouble understanding the data presented based on metrics from Azure. I have created a custom view where I have a chart with the metric "Number of stopped VMs in region". As you can see, for Subscription Management today this metric was changing. I have the same data in the Azure console.

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On the other hand, if I switch to the built-in subscription view I see that only one VM was stopped today. I'm wondering if I'm misunderstanding something or is this a bug on the DT side?

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Regards, 

Radek

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Mizső
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Hi @radek_jasinski,

Have you tried change the aggregation type from auto to another types? It helped me in different use cases, not especially at Azure monitoring.

Best regards,

Mizső

Dynatrace Community RockStar 2024, Certified Dynatrace Professional

Hello,

Thank you Mizső for your reply.
I tried to change the aggregation from auto to count. Unfortunately I still have a difference in this metric between these dashboards. I also looked at other aggregations and timeframes, but never managed to achieve the same value as on the built-in view.

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 Radek

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Hi @Mizső ,

I have confirmation from support that it is an error in the presentation of data. R&D is working on a solution to this problem.

Radek

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Hi @radek_jasinski ,

Thanks for sharing this information.

Have a nice weekend.

Best regards,

Mizső

Dynatrace Community RockStar 2024, Certified Dynatrace Professional

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