is an important component of Azure ecosystem that helps organizations perform secure cloud backups of their on-premise and Azure-based virtual machines. In fact, many organizations begin their usage of Azure specifically for its backup capability, often because Azure cloud backup solves an important need and is very simple to get started with.
In this case study, we’ll discuss keeping Azure Backup Vaults stable via CloudMonix.
Azure Backup Vaults monitoring
CloudMonix uses Azure Monitoring API to monitor Azure Backup Vaults and provides support for both Classic and v2/ARM storage accounts. See this article
to learn more about differences between Classic and ARM resources monitoring. Read below
on how to configure monitoring of Azure Backup Vaults.
CloudMonix users can receive alerts based on any metrics available for Azure Backup Vaults. All alerts are based on templates and are easy to set up. To learn more how to configure alerts read below >
Automation features allow users to set up powerful reactive, proactive and scheduled actions. For example, CloudMonix allows users to automatically kick off jobs based on custom criteria or trigger backup jobs according to schedule. For more information on the configuration read below >