Documentation forAppOptics

Azure Load Balancer

Overview

With Azure Load Balancer, you can scale your applications and create high availability for your services. Load Balancer supports inbound and outbound scenarios, provides low latency and high throughput, and scales up to millions of flows for all TCP and UDP applications.

Configuration

On the Azure integration page, ensure that the Azure Load Balancer service is selected for metric collection.

Metrics

Name Description Tags
azure.lb.vip_availability Average Load Balancer data path availability per time duration FrontendIPAddress, FrontendPort, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.dip_availability Average Load Balancer health probe status per time duration ProtocolType, BackendPort, FrontendIPAddress, FrontendPort, BackendIPAddress, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.bytes Total number of Bytes transmitted within time period FrontendIPAddress, FrontendPort, Direction, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.packets Total number of Packets transmitted within time period FrontendIPAddress, FrontendPort, Direction, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.syns Total number of SYN Packets transmitted within time period FrontendIPAddress, FrontendPort, Direction, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.snat_connections Total number of new SNAT connections created within time period FrontendIPAddress, BackendIPAddress, ConnectionState, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.allocated_snat_ports Total number of SNAT ports allocated within time period FrontendIPAddress, BackendIPAddress, ProtocolType, Name, Subscription, Region
azure.lb.used_snat_ports Total number of SNAT ports used within time period FrontendIPAddress, BackendIPAddress, ProtocolType, Name, Subscription, Region