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Monitoring and Alerting on Fabric Capacity Metrics

Ron L’Esteve wants to know what’s happening:

With Microsoft Fabric now generally available, organizations are interested in implementing this flagship Unified Data and AI Intelligence Platform for several reasons. Its native integration within the Azure stack provides seamless and secure access to widely used technologies for data integration, business intelligence, and advanced analytics. Microsoft Fabric’s storage and compute capacity is utilized by resources within this unified analytics platform, including storage repositories, such as data warehouses and data lakes, and compute capacity for Power BI, Pipelines, DW processing, and artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML) workloads.

Fabric capacity can be purchased on Azure with a pay-as-you-go model, and a 60-day free trial (64 CUs) is offered to test the platform. Organizations that have an existing Power BI Premium capacity can easily enable access to Fabric by using the Microsoft Fabric admin switch. Enabling Fabric in Power BI Premium as opposed to Azure Portal creates a problem: there is no easy way to monitor and set alerts on your Fabric capacity metrics in the Azure Portal.

Click through to learn how to install and use the Microsoft Fabric Capacity Metrics App.

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