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We would like to be able to monitor Azure resources at each layer - storage, transform, document, and web.  It would be great if LogicMonitor had some built functionality to address this need.

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Hi Matt - Which Azure services are you wanting to monitor?  You should be able to monitor most Azure resources by installing a Collector in your Azure environment.  We're currently working on adding more documentation around this, as well as making our Azure monitoring more comprehensive.  

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Any further updates on how LM has, or will, be " making our Azure monitoring more comprehensive."?  Seems like LM is very heavy on AWS and very light on Azure.  We are more invested in Azure and need more built in capabilities and documentation focused on Azure, including services like Office 365.

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Hi Todd - We do have a more formal Azure monitoring integration in closed beta, similar to how we monitor AWS.  We will be announcing an open beta soon.

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