Monitoring and Managing the Hybrid Infrastructure with Azure Monitor and Azure Automation

 
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In a world of constant digital transformation, every organizations looking at ways to transform how to better deliver their solutions to customers. Business are adopting the modern-day solution to increase the productivity. As their IT infrastructure increase in size so does the need to ensure the infrastructure runs (and keeps running) effectively. To achieve this, it is necessary not only to know what devices make up the IT infra but also keep an eye on those devices in terms of availability, health status and performance. With the integration of the Azure Monitor and Azure Automation we can not only monitor the infrastructure but manage as well. Now, monitoring is not sufficient as people want automation to fix the problem and keep their system up and running. With the Azure monitor and Azure Automation user can :- • End to End Full Stack Monitoring . • Resiliency in their infrastructure . • Fix the problem ASAP. • Predict the failures and outages. • Infrastructure secure from all threats. • Keep their infrastructure updated by applying the appropriate updates . • Assess the health of the infrastructure. • Keep the data for future assessment . In simple words, when something goes wrong, the system should have the power to automatically fix it or automatically alert someone or automatically fix it or automatically alert someone or even automatically create a ticket in a service desk and assign it to a queue. Through this session user can learn how to integrate the Azure Monitor and Azure Automation. How, Hybrid runbook worker are configured to communicate and automate stuff on the on-premises environment.

Speaker

Keshav Jain

Technology Consultant in DXC.

Working on Azure Monitors, Azure Automation and SCOM.

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