Hello. Mackerel team CRE Inoue (id:a-know) here. Today we have a big announcement!
Azure App Service / Azure Functions now supported with Azure Integration
Azure App Service is a PaaS provided by Microsoft Azure that allows you to easily build, deploy, and scale applications. I’m sure many of you who already use Microsoft Azure are familiar with the Azure App Service.
Azure Functions is an FaaS (Function as a Service) that implements serverless computing.
With this release from Mackerel, it’s now possible to integrate these services as Mackerel monitored hosts! Mackerel is strengthening its support for the integrated management and monitoring of various infrastructure-related resources. We hope you can put it to good use!
Check out the help page linked below for configuration methods.
Also, be sure to check out the following help pages for the metrics obtainable with these newly added integrations.
The help page regarding IAM Policy for AWS Integration has been revised
A modification has been made to the IAM policy descriptions listed in the AWS Integration documentation due to incorrect permissions regarding S3.
The original description
s3: ListBucket has been changed to