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Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager 1.2 - User Guide (for Azure environments)

Region Summary view

The Region Summary view appears on the right when you select a region in the Regions view.

Figure 8. Region Summary view

This view consists of the following embedded views:

Table 2. Alarms

Lists the alarms generated against the selected region.

Description. An explanation about why the alarm occurred.
Severity. Indicates the alarm severity: Warning, Critical, or Fatal.
Title. Indicates the alarm title.
Ack’ed. Indicates whether the alarm has been acknowledged.

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Description, Severity, Title, or Ack’ed. Displays the Alarm Created dialog box, showing additional information about the alarm. For more information about alarms, see the Foglight User Help.
Table 3. Related Items

Shows the numbers and states of the selected regions.

Resource Groups. The number of the resource groups that are associated with the selected region, followed by related alarm counts, broken down by the alarm state (Normal, Warning, Critical, Fatal).
Virtual Machines. The number of the virtual machines that are associated with the selected region, followed by related alarm counts, broken down by the alarm state (Normal, Warning, Critical, Fatal).
Storage Accounts. The number of the storage accounts that are that are associated with the selected region, followed by related alarm counts, broken down by the alarm state (Normal, Warning, Critical, Fatal).
Virtual Networks. The number of the virtual networks that are that are associated with the selected region, followed by related alarm counts, broken down by the alarm state (Normal, Warning, Critical, Fatal).

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Resource Groups. Displays the Resource Groups dwell, showing the name and state of the associated Resource Groups.
Virtual Machines. Displays the Virtual Machines dwell, showing the name and state of the associated virtual machine.
Storage Accounts. Displays the Servers dwell, showing the name and state of the associated storage accounts.
Virtual Networks. Displays the Virtual Networks dwell, showing the name and state of the associated virtual networks.

Shows a table, showing the information about the virtual machines associated with the selected region.

Severity. Indicates the alarm severity: Warning, Critical, or Fatal.
Name. The name of the virtual machine.
CPU Utilization. The amount of CPU processing speed.
Memory Utilization. The amount of memory utilization.

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CPU Utilization. Displays the CPU Utilization dialog box, including CPU Utilization, % Privileged Time, and % User Time.
Memory Utilization. Displays the Memory Usage dialog box, including Memory Utilization and % Available Paging Space.
Name. Displays the Virtual Machine view, showing the metrics of Resource Information, CPU, Memory, Network, and Storage.

Virtual Machines monitoring

The Virtual Machines (VM) view shows the data collected about a specific Azure virtual machine or all Azure virtual machines. For more information, see the following topics:

Virtual Machines view

The Virtual Machines tree view lists the virtual machines existing in your Azure environment and shows their state. This view appears on the left when you select the Virtual Machines tile in the Actions bar.

Figure 9. Virtual Machines view

Selecting the All Virtual Machines node displays overall resource utilization for all virtual machines in your Azure environment and the elements that consume the highest amount of system resources in the Summary - All Virtual Machines view on the right. Similarly, selecting a virtual machine node shows virtual machine-specific metrics in the Virtual Machine Summary view on the right.

Alarm severity. The state of the most recent alarm raised against the associated virtual machine.
All Virtual Machines. A parent node for the virtual machine object instances that appear in this view.
Virtual machine Power State. The power state of the virtual machine.
Virtual machine. The virtual machine name.

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Summary - All Virtual Machines view

The Summary - All Virtual Machines view displays overall resource utilization information for a group of virtual machines and shows the elements that consume the highest amount of system resources. This view appears on the right when you select All Virtual Machines in the Virtual Machines view.

This view consists of the following embedded views:

Table 6. Alarms

Lists the alarms generated against the monitored virtual machine.

Description. An explanation about why the alarm occurred.
Severity. Indicates the alarm severity: Warning, Critical, or Fatal.
Title: Indicates the alarm title.
Ack’ed. Indicates whether the alarm has been acknowledged.

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Description, Severity, Title, or Ack’ed. Displays the Alarm Created dialog box, showing additional information about the alarm. For more information about alarms, see the Foglight User Help.

Shows the top three virtual machines with the highest average CPU utilization.

Utilization. The amount of CPU processing speed each of the top three CPU consumers spend on executing system code and user programs, during the selected time range.
Virtual Machine. The name of the virtual machine.

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Virtual Machine. Displays the fundamental VM information, including Resource Information, CPU, Memory, Network, and Storage.

Shows the top three virtual machines that are consuming most network bandwidth.

Rate. The rate at which the top three network consumers transfer data to or from the network during the selected time range.
Virtual Machine. The name of the virtual machine that is one of the top three network consumers.

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Virtual Machine. Displays the fundamental VM information, including Resource Information, CPU, Memory, Network, and Storage.

Shows the top three virtual machines with the highest average memory utilization.

Virtual Machine. The name of the virtual machine that is one of the top three memory consumers.
Rate. The amount of memory the top three memory consumers use during the selected time range.

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Virtual Machine or Rate. Displays the fundamental VM information, including Resource Information, CPU, Memory, Network, and Storage.

Shows the top three virtual machines with the highest available disk space.

Virtual Machine. The name of the virtual machine that is one of the top three disk consumers.
Rate. The rate at which the top three disk consumers read or write data to the storage during the selected time range.

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Virtual Machine or Rate.Displays the fundamental VM information, including Resource Information, CPU, Memory, Network, and Storage.
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