Azure views enable you to view and manage the capacity of Azure virtual machines in your business service environment. They provide an overview of available capacity, utilization, trends, and residual capacity in terms of CPU, memory, and datastore utilization for each entity.
Azure views also provide a set of recommended actions to help you resolve issues that are identified for your Azure cloud environment.
It is based on cloud database structures and enables you to:
- Track the capacity of each virtual machine in the Azure environment
- Identify bottlenecks
- Discover underutilized and overutilized resources
- Track resources that are, or will soon be, experiencing capacity shortfalls
Resolve issues that are identified for your AWS environment by providing a set of recommended actions
Ensure that the administrator has completed the following tasks:
For information about views in the TrueSight console, see Accessing and using capacity views in the TrueSight console.
Certified data source
The certified data source for these views is Microsoft Azure - Azure API Extractor.
You must configure and run this ETL module to import data into the view.
If you are importing data from an ETL module other than the certified data source, then ensure that you have all the metrics populated in the ETL module so that the view shows the data.