VM Health feature included in Azure monitor for VMs is now available for VMs that are running on Windows 2012 R2 and 2019. Additionally, VM Health feature is also available in cases where the associated workspace is in SEA (South East Asia), UKS (UK South), and CCAN (Canada Central) regions. If you observe that health information is not showing up in the UI for the VMs which were onboarded to Azure Monitor for VMs earlier despite satisfying the above criteria, please try on-boarding again from the Health tab of Azure Monitor for VMs.
Workbooks are now first-class citizen for Azure Monitor and available in the main menu. Use the sample templates to customize interactive reports or troubleshooting guides with rich text, analytics queries, metrics, and various parameters across your apps and infrastructure resources! New templates also available supporting Azure Monitor for VMs to monitor open ports and their connections.
Improved codeless instrumentation experience for ASP.NET apps on IIS with the preview of Status Monitor v2. This enables clean redeployments, the latest SDKs, support for TLS 1.2, offline install support, and more!
Preview of Azure Monitor application change analysis, providing a centralized view and analysis of changes at different layers of a web app. The first iteration of this feature is now available in the App Services Diagnose and Solve Problems experience.
Metric Alerts with Dynamic Thresholds, now generally available, enables Azure Monitor to determine the right thresholds for alert rules. Multi-resource alerts makes it easy to create a single alert rule and apply across multiple VMs.
Today, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) customers rely on Azure Monitor for containers to get out of the box monitoring for the AKS clusters. Kubernetes event logs are now available in real-time in addition to live container logs. You can now filter the charts and metrics for specific AKS node pools and see Node Storage Capacity metrics when you drill down into node details.
New Azure Monitor alerts experience is now available in Azure Government. The new alerts experience in Azure Monitor brings together the configuration and consumption of all the different alerts in a single place. As part of this update, multi-dimensional metric alerts are also available in Azure Government.