Alerting In Azure SQL Database

Arun Sirpal shows how to set up an alert for an Azure SQL Database:

I keep things simple and like to look at certain performance based metrics but before talking about what metrics are available let’s step through an example.

For this post I want to setup an alert for CPU percentage utilised that when it is greater than 50% over the last 5 minutes I would like to know about it. First step is to navigate to your Azure SQL Database.

Click through for a screenshot-driven guided tour.

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