We’re pleased to announce that a new agent for Logic Apps is now available as part of the AIMS performance monitoring and analytics solution. This is the first step toward enabling our customers to monitor their Microsoft Azure Services using AIMS.
Logic Apps performance monitoring powered by machine learning
With new AIMS Logic Apps performance monitoring, you can automatically map your Azure integration environment, detect normal behavior patterns and use those patterns for proactive anomaly detection.
Watch this video for a demo of the new AIMS Logic Apps agent:
Cloud-based SaaS monitoring
Since Azure is a cloud service, the new Logic Apps agent is completely hosted and managed by AIMS. The only requirement to start data collection, self-learning and proactive monitoring is granting access and a one-time configuration – typically a 5-minute process.
As AIMS is a fully automated, self-learning, cloud-based solution, you can immediately begin using AIMS capabilities for Logic Apps monitoring with no need for static threshold configuration and steep learning curves required by other monitoring tools.
First step toward an Azure PaaS monitoring solution
We’re embracing cloud monitoring at AIMS, and this release is a first step. The next release of our Logic Apps agent – coming soon – will include event and transaction tracing, and we’re also working on a more complete offering around Azure PaaS (Platform as a Service) solutions. These will cover other connected Azure services where integration transactions will flow, giving you greater visibility and proactive monitoring of your entire cloud integration environment.
Join a live webinar to learn more about AIMS for Logic Apps
Want to learn more? Join a hands-on webinar with Microsoft integration expert Ricardo Torre on Wednesday 11 April and get a deep dive into new AIMS capabilities for automated Logic Apps performance monitoring.