Azure Scheduler helps create jobs that run in the cloud by declaratively describing actions. The service then automatically schedules and runs those actions.
For example, you can:
- Call services inside and outside Azure, such as calling HTTP or HTTPS endpoints.
- Post messages to Azure Storage queues and Azure Service Bus queues or topics.
- Run jobs immediately or at a later time.
Scheduler easily supports complex schedules and advanced recurrence. Scheduler specifies when to run jobs, keeps a history of job results that you can review, and predictably and reliably schedules workloads to run.
Scheduler Job Collection is deprecated in favour of Logic Apps.
Use the OpsRamp Azure public cloud integration to discover and collect metrics against the Azure service.
To set up the OpsRamp Azure integration and discover the Azure service,
go to Azure Integration Discovery Profile and select
Scheduler Job Collection.
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- Configurable in OpsRamp Azure Integration Discovery Profile.