Azure Scheduler

Microsoft Azure Scheduler

Monitor, heal and scale Azure Scheduler

Microsoft Azure Scheduler is a service that allows to automatically invoke code hosted anywhere in the Azure environment according to a user defined schedule.

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Observe.

Ensure your Azure Scheduler is running without failures. Get immediately notified of any unhealthy backend resources or other failed activities.

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Analyze.

Track a wide range of performance metrics. Get alerted whenever metric values get out of the expected range, and resolve issues before failures occur.

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Act.

Based on the observations and analysis of data gathered, Powershell scripts can be executed against your Scheduler to remediate issues that may be detected.

Microsoft Azure Scheduler

What is Azure Scheduler?

Netreo’s “Microsoft Azure Scheduler” module gives your IT organization complete visibility into the Microsoft Azure Scheduler and provides alerts and automatic actions based on the predefined criteria.

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Drive Efficiency

Enabling Microsoft Azure Scheduler in your deployment means one less tool engineers have to consult when troubleshooting issues in your IT Infrastructure.

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Manage IT Spend

Ensure you’re dedicating the correct portion of your IT budget to productivity applications, and license utilization levels are in proportion with the size of your organization. 

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Improve SLAs

Allow the NOC team to isolate problems faster and properly route issues to the correct personnel, reducing MTTR and improving service levels provided to your end users.

Application Visibility

End-to-End Visibility for Azure Scheduler

Get deep insights into Azure Scheduler health status and ensure optimal application performance and reliability:

  • Track and get notified of failed jobs

  • Monitor the number of executions, execution frequency, job status, execution time, and more
  • Azure Visibility: Tips to Cover Your “aaS”

    Optimizing costs and monitoring the performance and availability of Microsoft Azure resources are no simple task, especially when you’re lacking visibility into said resources. View this webinar for tips to ensure your “aaS” is covered, be it IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, or FaaS.

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