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How to add Azure control plane metrics

Henmar
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One of our customers are requesting at least below metrics to enrich the monitoring in Dynatrace.

How is it decided which metrics that are available in Dynatrace?

 

Metrics that help diagnose disk IO capping:

  •          Data Disk IOPS Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the data disk IOPS completed over the provisioned data disk IOPS. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your data disk's IOPS limit.
  •          Data Disk Bandwidth Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the data disk throughput completed over the provisioned data disk throughput. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your data disk's bandwidth limit.
  •          OS Disk IOPS Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the OS disk IOPS completed over the provisioned OS disk IOPS. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your OS disk's IOPS limit.
  •          OS Disk Bandwidth Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the OS disk throughput completed over the provisioned OS disk throughput. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your OS disk's bandwidth limit.

Metrics that help diagnose VM IO capping:

  •          VM Cached IOPS Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the total IOPS completed over the max cached virtual machine IOPS limit. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your VM's cached IOPS limit.
  •          VM Cached Bandwidth Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the total disk throughput completed over the max cached virtual machine throughput. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your VM's cached bandwidth limit.
  •          VM uncached IOPS Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the total IOPS on a virtual machine completed over the max uncached virtual machine IOPS limit. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your VM's uncached IOPS limit.
  •          VM Uncached Bandwidth Consumed Percentage: The percentage calculated by the total disk throughput on a virtual machine completed over the max provisioned virtual machine throughput. If this amount is at 100%, your application running is IO capped from your VM's uncached bandwidth limit.
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ChadTurner
DynaMight Guru
DynaMight Guru

I would recommend putting in a RFE for that. I looked at the Azure Virtualization supported services and didn't find anything  for control plane. 

 

The Disk IOPS data should be at the host details page. 

 

-Chad