Azure App Service enables you to build and host web apps, mobile backends, and RESTful APIs in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure. It offers auto-scaling and high availability, supports both Windows and Linux, and enables automated deployments from GitHub, Azure DevOps, or any Git repo. Use the Azure Resource Manager to gather metrics for this resource, then ensure your cloud platform is configured in SolarWinds Observability to collect this resource type's data. See Add an Azure cloud account.
Depending on the subscription pricing tier of your Azure account or its resources, additional metrics may be available for this entity. To collect additional Azure metrics, select the premium pricing tier when configuring your Azure namespaces.
Many of the collected metrics from Azure App Service entities are displayed as widgets in SolarWinds Observability explorers; additional metrics may be collected and available in the Metrics Explorer. You can also create an alert for when an entity's metric value moves out of a specific range. See Entities in SolarWinds Observability for information about entity types in SolarWinds Observability.
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Health score. A health score provides real-time insight into the overall health and performance of your monitored entities. The health score is calculated based on anomalies detected for the entity, alerts triggered for the entity's metrics, and the status of the entity. The health score is displayed as a single numerical value that ranges from a Good (70-100) to Moderate (40-69) to Bad (0-39) distinction.
To view the health score for Azure App Service entities in the Metrics Explorer, filter the
Total App Domains. The average number of AppDomains loaded in this application.
Total App Domains Unloaded
Gen 1 Garbage Collections
Gen 2 Garbage Collections
CPU Time. The total amount of CPU consumed by the app, in seconds.
Function execution count
Average Handle Count
Total Http 101 Requests
Http2xx. The total number of requests resulting in an HTTP status code greater than or equal to 200 but less than 300.
Total 3xx Requests
Total 410 Requests
Total 403 Requests
Total 404 Requests
Total 406 Requests
Http4xx. The total number of requests resulting in an HTTP status code greater than or equal to 400 but less than 500.
Http5xx. The total number of requests resulting in an HTTP status code greater than or equal to 500 but less than 600.
Bytes Received. The total amount of incoming bandwidth consumed by the app.
Bytes Sent. The total amount of outgoing bandwidth consumed by the app.
IO Other Bytes Per Second
IO Other Operations Per Second
IoReadBytesPerSecond. The number of bytes per second the app is reading from I/O operations.
IO Read Operations Per Second.
IO Write Bytes Per Second. The number of bytes per second the app is writing to I/O operations.
IO Write Operations Per Second
Memory Working Set. The current amount of memory used by the app.
Average Memory Working Set. The average amount of memory used by the app, in megabytes.
Requests In Application Queue. The average number of requests in the application request queue.
Requests. The total number of requests regardless of their resulting HTTP status code.
Average Response Time. The average time taken for the app to serve requests, in seconds.
Threads. The average number of threads currently active in the app process.