5 Reasons Why Nodinite Will Supercharge Microsoft Azure Application Monitoring

Last Updated: February 8, 2024|

If you’re using Microsoft Azure to host your applications, you know that monitoring and managing them can be a complex and challenging task. Azure supports a wide range of platforms and services. It’s therefore often difficult to get a complete picture of application performance monitoring and its associated bottlenecks. That is why it can be helpful to discover the 5 reasons why Nodinite can supercharge Microsoft Azure application monitoring.

In addition, identifying the root cause of issues can be time-consuming and error-prone. This because of the limited notification features, lack of auto-healing capabilities, and the high cost of licenses.

Join us as we explore these challenges.

#1 Reduce Complexity of Monitoring Azure Platforms

Microsoft Azure’s architecture is sophisticated, to say the least. Every application built on it using a combination of different resources like Service Bus, VMs, databases, and more. This adds to the complexity. Monitoring all these applications, especially large-scale ones, can seem overwhelming and almost impossible in the business context.

In addition, Azure monitor allows you to only look into individual Azure resources. This means having to switch between different components and resources to get a holistic view. As a result, it becomes difficult to correlate events across different platforms and services. Which makes it time-consuming and effort-intensive to identify the root cause of issues.

#2 Enhanced Visibility into Application Performance

With Microsoft Azure, it’s often difficult to get a complete picture of how your application is performing and where the bottlenecks are. This because it doesn’t generate a comprehensive report to display the health and performance of all the applications in your network. The dashboard is also highly limited. It doesn’t provide the visibility you need for staying on top of today’s complex networks.

#3 Quickly Set Up Monitoring Alerts and Get Notifications

Errors in your applications can have a significant impact on their performance and availability. However, identifying the root cause of errors can be difficult. This because Microsoft Azure limits the number of conditions you can add to an alert rule. You will have to pay for every additional rule. This makes it economically challenging in complex applications with many moving parts.

Plus, you can’t easily create support tickets to popular platforms like ServiceNow. You also can’t send notifications across channels like Slack for immediate response.

#4 Provide Auto-Healing in Microsoft Azure

In a complex application environment, a resource can become unavailable due to many reasons. The implications of resource availability become more profound in the case of critical applications. Here even a few seconds of downtime can translate to serious financial losses for your company.

But, Azure doesn’t have auto-healing capabilities that can automatically bring the state of a resource online when the solution is fixed at the backend. It thereby causes you to lose many precious seconds and the resulting financial loss.

#5 Monitoring Cost Management

Azure Monitor is expensive and can consume a significant part of your IT budget. Especially if you have many complex applications running across different environments. Also, the costs can quickly increase as you ingest more log data and widen your business across geographies. Moreover, you may need to invest in additional licenses as your team expands.

Unlock the Full Potential of Microsoft Azure with the Right Monitoring Tools

If you’re struggling with the complexity of monitoring and managing your Microsoft Azure applications, Nodinite is the solution you need. The 5 reasons why Nodinite will supercharge Microsoft Azure application monitoring has hopefully provide some new insights and inspiration. It has comprehensive logging, monitoring, and documentation capabilities. Nodinite helps you proactively identify issues and fix them before they impact your users. Its customizable dashboard provides a complete picture of how your applications are performing. While its notification system keeps you informed of critical events in real time.

With Nodinite’s auto-healing features, you can be confident that your applications will always be available. You also won’t lose valuable time or money due to downtime.

Best of all, Nodinite offers a fixed price for all its core logging and monitoring agents. This makes it an affordable and cost-effective solution for all your Azure performance monitoring needs.

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If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out to the Azure experts at Nodinite. Click here to get your free trial.


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