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Azure Inputs Health

The Azure Inputs Heath dashboard allows you to visualize and monitor the health of your Azure data inputs. The dashboard provides you with a table view with details of the input status per Azure subscription ID, Region, and data source.

The table view shows you details about the events from each input in the data source, region, and account. Use the Account ID and Datasource dropdown lists to filter the table view and show details about specific data inputs. You can click on the input name to show more information about the specific input.

The following table gives you an overview and description of the columns shown in the table view.

Name Description
Name The Data Manager input name.
Input ID The ID for your Data Manager data input
Data Source The type of Azure input (Active Directory (azure-ad), Activity Logs (azure-activity)) that is being ingested.
Tenant ID The unique identifier associated with your Azure tenant. You cannot use the tenant name or domain in this field.
Region The Azure region.
Subscription ID A Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) that uniquely identifies your subscription to use Azure services. The subscription ID forms part of the URI for every service call.
Last Seen Event (Last 7 Days) The last-seen event from the input in the datasource, region, and account in the last 7 days.
Number of Events (Last 7 Days) The number of events from the input in the datasource, region, and account in the last 7 days.
Last 7 Days Sparkline The sparkline for the number of events from the input in the datasource, region, and account in the last 7 days. There are up to 7 data points, each representing the number of events for each day in the last 7 days.
Failed to Send Events Size (MB) The size of event messages (MB) from the input in the datasource, region, and account, that failed to send.
Failed Events Size Sparkline (MB) The sparkline for the size of event messages (MB), from the input in the datasource, region, and account, that failed to send.
Failed to Parse Events Size (MB) The size of event messages (MB) from the input in the datasource, region, and account, in MBs, that failed to parse.
Last modified on 07 September, 2022
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Data Manager: 1.7.0


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