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Create Alerts In Microsoft Azure






Purpose





Example






  1. Create a virtual machine
  2. Inside the virtual machine, create an action group
  3. Create an alert





Create A Virtual Machine





Create An Action Group




  1. Click on the virtual machine name
  2. Picture showing the list of virtual machine

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  3. In the details screen, search the "alert"
  4. In the "alerts" section, there is an option to create an action
  5. Picture showing the alerts option in virtual machine detail screen with action group button

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  6. In the Manage actions screen, there is a button with the caption "Add action group" for adding a new action group. Click on the button
  7. Picture showing a screen for adding a new action group

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  8. In the add screen, enter the fields "Action group name" and the "Display name"
  9. Picture showing the add new screen for adding the new action group

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  10. Click on the button "Next: Notifications >"
  11. In the notification section, select the "Notification type". For this example, I am selecting the option "Email/SMS message/Push/Voice"
  12. Once the select the option, you have any option to configure all the notification types. For this example. I am only configuring email
  13. Picture showing the Notifications tab while creating the new action group

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  14. Click on the button "Review + create" and finally click the "Create" button to create an action group

Create An Alert




  1. Click on the "New alert rule" button
  2. Picture showing the add button for adding the new rule

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  3. A create rule screen will come. In the first part of the screen, the scope of an alert will be displayed
  4. Picture showing the scope for which rules is applied

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  5. In the second section, you have to specify the trigger i.e., the event when action should take place. For doing that, click on the link "Select condition"
  6. A slider window will appear on the right-hand side. In the slider window, select the "Signal Name" as "Start Virtual Machine (Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines)"
  7. Picture showing the window to enter rule for an alert

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  8. On click of the signal name, another image will appear. Click on the "Done" button
  9. Picture showing the frequency in which rule needs to be applied

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  10. Finally, enter the rule name and click on the "Create alert rule" button
  11. Picture showing setting my the alert details

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Output




Picture showing the email received when virtual machine is turned off

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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
 
Posted On  -  Friday, October 9, 2020

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