An App Service plan defines a set of compute resources for a web app to run.

  • In App Service, an app runs in an App Service plan.
  • These compute resources are analogous to the server farm in conventional web hosting.

One or more apps can be configured to run on the same computing resources (or in the same App Service plan).

Setup

To set up the OpsRamp Azure integration and discover the Azure service, go to Azure Integration Discovery Profile and select App Service plans.

Metrics

OpsRamp MetricMetric Display NameUnitAggregation Type
azure_cpu_percentage

CPU Percentage
CPU PercentagePercentAverage
azure_memory_percentage

Memory Percentage
Memory PercentagePercentAverage
azure_disk_queue_length

Disk Queue Length
Disk Queue LengthCountTotal
azure_http_queue_length

Http Queue Length
Http Queue LengthCountTotal
azure_website_bytes_received

Average incoming bandwidth used across all instances of the plan.
Bytes ReceivedBytesTotal
azure_website_bytes_sent

Average outgoing bandwidth used across all instances of the plan.
Bytes SentBytesTotal
azure_tcp_syn_sent

TCP Syn Sent
TCP Syn SentCountCount
azure_tcp_syn_received

TCP Syn Received
TCP Syn ReceivedCountCount
azure_tcp_established

TCP Established
TCP EstablishedCountCount
azure_tcp_fin_wait_one

TCP Fin Wait 1
TCP Fin Wait 1CountCount
azure_tcp_fin_wait_two

TCP Fin Wait 2
TCP Fin Wait 2CountCount
azure_tcp_closing

TCP Closing
TCP ClosingCountCount
azure_tcp_close_wait

TCP Close Wait
TCP Close WaitCountCount
azure_tcp_last_ack

TCP Last Ack
TCP Last AckCountCount
azure_tcp_time_wait

TCP Time Wait
TCP Time WaitCountCount

Event support

  • Supported
  • Configurable in OpsRamp Azure Integration Discovery Profile.

External reference