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The classic alerting and monitoring functionality in Azure Monitor is scheduled for retirement.
The ability to forward your Azure Active Directory logs to Azure Log Analytics is now available.
Metric alerts for logs are generally available, enabling use of metric alerts for popular logs ingested by Log Analytics workspaces.
We're bringing together our existing capabilities for monitoring infrastructure, apps, and networks under the moniker of Azure Monitor to provide a unified offering that delivers full stack monitoring for your applications.
Version 1.0 of the Azure Event Hubs package for Node.js is now generally available.
Metric alerts for logs are now in public preview, with no signup or enablement process.
New feature updates to have been released for Azure Monitor container health for Azure Kubernetes Service since the successful public preview launch at the //build conference.
Use Azure Network Watcher to monitor, diagnose, and gain insights into network performance and health.
Use Azure Network Watcher, to monitor, diagnose, and gain insights into network performance and health.
From Azure Monitor, you will be able to get at-a-glance reporting across your environment on the health and performance of your Azure services.
In Azure Monitor, you can now create multiple resource diagnostic settings per resource (in public preview) and route your metrics and logs to a destination in a different subscription.
With the Azure mobile app, you can check status and critical metrics of your Azure resources, get notifications and alerts, and perform simple operations to resolve common issues.
Azure Monitor, the central source and pipeline for monitoring data from Azure, is now generally available.