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Azure PostgreSQL Server

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Introduction

Azure Database for PostgreSQL is a relational database service based on the open-source Postgres database engine. It’s a fully managed database-as-a-service offering that can handle mission-critical workloads with predictable performance, security, high availability, and dynamic scalability.

Setup

To set up the OpsRamp Azure integration and discover the Azure service, go to Azure Integration Discovery Profile and select PostgreSQL Server.

Metrics

OpsRamp MetricMetric Display NameUnitAggregation TypeDescription
azure.sql.database.cpu_percentn/aPercentAverageCPU percent
azure.memory.percentn/aPercentAverageMemory percent
azure.io.consumption.percentn/aPercentAverageIO percent
azure.sql.database.storage_percentn/aPercentAverageStorage percent
azure.storage.usedn/aBytesAverageStorage used
azure.storage.limitn/aBytesAverageStorage limit
azure.active.connectionsn/aCountAverageActive Connections
azure.connections.failedn/aCountAverageFailed Connections
azure.postgresql.serverlog.storage.percentServer Log storage percentPercentAverageServer Log storage percent
azure.postgresql.serverlog.storage.usageServer Log storage usedBytesAverageServer Log storage used
azure.postgresql.serverlog.storage.limitServer Log storage limitBytesAverageServer Log storage limit
azure.postgresql.network.bytes.egressNetwork OutBytesTotalNetwork Out across active connections
azure.postgresql.network.bytes.ingressNetwork InBytesTotalNetwork In across active connections
azure.postgresql.pg.replica.log.delay.secondsReplica LagSecondsMaximumReplica lag in seconds
azure.postgresql.pg.replica.log.delay.bytesMax Lag Across ReplicasBytesMaximumLag in bytes of the most lagging replica
cloud.instance.stateStatus/staten/an/aExpress Route Status/state

Event support

  • Supported
  • Configurable in OpsRamp Azure Integration Discovery Profile.

External reference