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General Availability : Azure Monitor for SAP solutions

Data opublikowania: 15 maja, 2023

Azure Monitor for SAP solutions is now generally available!

 

Azure Monitor for SAP solutions is a turn-key Azure-native end-to-end technical monitoring product for customers running SAP applications on Microsoft Azure. With Azure Monitor for SAP solutions, customers can collect end-to-end telemetry data from SAP NetWeaver, databases, high-availability Linux Pacemaker clusters, and Linux operating systems in a central location within Azure portal to visually correlate data for speedy troubleshooting. Azure Monitor for SAP solutions can be configured in a few minutes with no infrastructure to deploy and maintain for customers.

 

Some new features of Azure Monitor for SAP solutions include the SAP Landscape Monitor, which provides a one-stop destination for learning about the health of your entire SAP landscape, and SAP Insights (preview), which allows you to easily identify the root cause of any SAP application availability or performance issues. In addition, Azure Monitor for SAP solutions offers Transport Layer Security and new alert templates for CPU, memory, and disk I/O performance, among many other features.

With this release, Azure Monitor for SAP solutions (Classic) version will be retired by 31st May.  

Regions: Azure Monitor for SAP solutions is currently available in East US 2, West US 2, East US, Central US, South Central US, West US 3, North Central US, West Central US, West US, North Europe, West Europe, Australia East, Australia Central, Australia Southeast, Central India, South India, East Asia, and Southeast Asia.

Price: There is no licensing fee for Azure Monitor for SAP solutions. Customers pay for the infrastructure components that are deployed as part of the managed Azure Resource Group. Standard Azure prices are applicable for Azure Functions (Premium Linux), Azure Log Analytics, Storage, Key Vault, alerts, and notification groups. 

 

To learn more, read the documentationannouncement blog, and watch the video

To get started, head over to the Azure portal and create your first resource. 

Share your thoughts and feedback with us on our community page

 

 

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