SINGAPORE and REDMOND, Wash. — Oct. 9, 2018 — Microsoft Corp. and Grab, the leading on-demand transportation, mobile payments and online-to-offline services platform in Southeast Asia, announced a strategic partnership that will transform the delivery of digital services and mobility in the region by leveraging Microsoft’s world-class expertise in machine learning and other artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities. As a first step in the broad collaboration between the two companies, Grab will adopt Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud platform and Microsoft will make a strategic investment in Grab.
“This partnership signals a deep collaboration with Microsoft on an array of technology projects, including big data and artificial intelligence, that will transform the delivery of everyday services and mobility solutions in Southeast Asia,” said Ming Maa, president of Grab.
“As a global technology leader, Microsoft’s investment into Grab highlights our position as the leading homegrown technology player in the region. We
When you have critical applications and business processes relying on Azure resources, you want to monitor those resources for their availability, performance, and operation.
This article describes the monitoring data generated by Azure Application Gateway. Azure Application Gateway uses Azure Monitor. If you are unfamiliar with the features of Azure Monitor common to all Azure services that use it, read Monitoring Azure resources with Azure Monitor.
Monitoring overview page in Azure portal
The Overview page in the Azure portal for each Application Gateway includes the following metrics:
- Sum Total Requests
- Sum Failed Requests
- Sum Response Status by HttpStatus
- Sum Throughput
- Sum CurrentConnections
- Avg Healthy Host Count By BackendPool HttpSettings
- Avg Unhealthy Host Count By BackendPool HttpSettings
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