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Microsoft Azure – Get CPU Utilization Data of a Azure VM in Azure Portal

  • Last Updated : 30 Nov, 2021

Azure Virtual Machines (VM) is one of several types of on-demand, scalable computing resources that Azure offers. In this article, we will look into the process of getting the CPU Utilization data of an Azure VM in Azure Portal.

Implementation:

Follow the steps to get the CPU Utilization of an Azure VM in Azure Portal:

Step 1: Log in to your Azure Portal.

Step 2: Go to Virtual Machines and select your azure VM.

Step 3: After choosing your select Azure VM, from page left menu navigate to Monitoring >> select Metrics

Step 4:  Select Scope >> your select azure VM (Here, In this case, VM Name is “CloudOpsVM”)

  • Select Metric Namespace == Virtual Machine Host

  • Next, Choose the Metric == “Percentage CPU” and Aggregation == “Avg”

  • Select Time Generated Last 30 Days (You can select any number of days according to your need)

Note: You can only fetch up to last 90 days collected logs data. This is by default in azure. 

In the same way if you want data for Last 7 Days. Select Time Generated Last 7 Days (Top right corner of the Image)

Additional Tips :

You can also get the visualization charts for Max and Min as Well. For that follow step 4 instead of Aggregation == “Avg” choose any of the following below.

Aggregation == “Max” for Maximum CPU Utilization or Aggregation == “Min” for Minimum CPU Utilization. (Refer below Screenshot)

That’s it you are done.

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